Thursday, April 24, 2014

Fw:see below

Can we do an urgent reply to this
------Original Message------
From: Stacey Hemes
Sent: 23 Apr 2014 17:01

Hey thank you,
I am shocked to learn that people who get benefits or help in anyway are entitled to 15 hours free childcare a week for two year olds. I just don't understand this because if there at home not working their there to cater to there child's needs. I understand that there are extreme cases where people really need the help even tho there partners may work etc but they should exceptional circumstances. It shouldn't just be handed to everyone on benefits as this country is full of people on benefits and I know there are a lack of jobs but people are being to fussy I am not particularly skilled or trained in anything but I'm confident I could walk out my job tomorrow and get another within a week. As a working mum with a husband we do not get any benefits have to find over £250 a month for two mornings a week at nursery for my daughter. If I wasn't working I wouldn't except the government to be paying for her as I'd have her at home we'd go out and meet people and do things even use the children's centres which are closing because people are not using them? My mind is boggled by this.
Thank you
Stacey-George Hemes

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Robert Halfon ~ Working Hard for Harlow & the Villages

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Janet re Nazeing call: Fw: Local Issue

Please can you call and say I am away for a few days
Robert Halfon ~ Working Hard for Harlow & the Villages

From: Lawrie Berry <>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 16:55:21 +0100
To: <>
Subject: Local Issue

Dear Mr Halfon


Is it possible for you to call me on one of the numbers below to discuss a local issue. Many thanks.





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Fw: Your Letter About Lollipop People

Please call saying I am in Israel
------Original Message------
From: Eric Chorley
To: Robert Halfon
Subject: Your Letter About Lollipop People
Sent: 22 Apr 2014 16:44

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Re: Fwd: House magazine: Diary request

Happy to do

Please remind me next week.
Robert Halfon ~ Working Hard for Harlow & the Villages

From: Aaron Farrell <>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2014 13:31:08 +0100
To: Robert Halfon<>
Subject: Fwd: House magazine: Diary request

Dear Aaron,


The House magazine would like to invite Robert Halfon to contribute a 'Commons Diary'.


The Diary would cover the period of Wednesday 30 April to Tuesday 6 May.


It needs to be a maximum of 600 words.


The deadline is 3pm on Tuesday 6 May.


Please do not hesitate to contact me on 07585 909337 should you need further information.


I have attached some PDF examples to give you an idea of style & content.


(As we discussed, the diary would appear in a special 'Brazil' edition of the magazine. We were struggling to find a parliamentarian with a connection to Britain's Brazilian diaspora. Should Mr Halfon prefer to contribute an article to this edition instead, he'd be most welcome, just let me know.)


We are also expecting contributions from the Brazilian Ambassador, Roberto Jaguaribe; plus Jeremy Browne MP and Douglas Alexander MP.


Many thanks for your time & I look forward to hearing from you!


All the best,




Sally Dawson – Commissioning Editor,

the House magazine



Dods Parliamentary Services   
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London. SW1H 9BP

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Monday, February 24, 2014

Fw: press enquiry

See below
From: Alison Little <>
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2014 14:24:14 +0000
Subject: press enquiry


Very interested in your Sun column today and your arguments about why your party can claim to be the party of workers and should stop bashing trade unions, etc.

Just wondered how serious, if at all, you are about the name change and discount cards, and what kind of reaction you’ve had from party colleagues? Also (off record if necessary) – do you sympathise with colleagues complaining in the FT that David Cameron’s manifesto-writing team is too posh?


Thanks so much

Alison Little

(Dep Pol Ed Daily Express)


0207 219 3387 or 07768 446 154



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Monday, February 10, 2014

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