Today is the first day of National Apprenticeships Week. With millions of apprenticeships started in recent years, more pathways to skilled careers are being opened up, and apprentices up and down the country are transforming our workforce.
Pharmacies are playing an increasingly important role in improving public health, and I want people to know just how much their local pharmacy can do to help them stay well, treat minor conditions, and live longer, healthier lives.
One hundred years ago today, women won the right to vote for the first time. We’ve come such a long way, having elected two female Prime Ministers, but there is always so much more to do. I’m proud to celebrate #vote100
Making education accessible for all is vital if we are to ensure that every child reaches their full potential. I was proud to support the National Autistic Society campaign for a national autism and education strategy, to ensure that being autistic is no reason for a child to be #HeldBack
I have joined many other colleagues in signing the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, and in doing so have pledged my commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust, as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors
I was pleased that the Government committed £24 million to support Manchester following the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena last year. This includes money for the emergency services, social care, and mental health support.
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