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A and AS-Level Results

Today, students across Hornchurch and Upminster will be receiving their A and AS-Level results, as well as results for other vocational and technical qualifications.

Treasury Supports Hornchurch and Upminster residents

I know that the coronavirus pandemic has had an extraordinary impact on peoples’ livelihoods and wellbeing, which is why I welcome the unprecedented and broad range of support provided by the government.

Eat Out to Help Out

This week, the government launched the Eat Out to Help Out scheme which will give people in Hornchurch and Upminster up to 50% off their bills in restaurants, cafes and pubs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August.

Update on 20,000 police officers

Yesterday, the Prime Minister announced that over 4,300 police officers have joined the police since we launched our major recruitment drive in September 2019, and that over the past year, the police workforce has grown by 5 per cent – the largest annual increase in officer numbers since 2003-04.

Face Coverings and New Guidance

From today, constituents must wear a face covering by law when using public transport, indoor transport hubs, shops and supermarkets, indoor shopping centres, banks, building societies and post offices.

Support for tourism and hospitality businesses

Earlier today, the Chancellor announced a much-needed boost for tourism and hospitality businesses in Hornchurch & Upminster, as part of his Summer Economic Update to kickstart the economy post-coronavirus.

Emergency funds for the arts

Earlier this week, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak MP, and the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden MP, announced that the Government is providing an emergency funding package, worth £1.57bn, to support cultural, arts and heritage institutions, whic