A new benefit cap has now come in to effect, meaning the total amount workless households can receive in benefits will be limited to £20,000 across the UK or £23,000 within Greater London. This is fair to the taxpayers who pay for it and fair to those who need it.


Between June and September this year unemployment fell by 37,000 and since last year 350,000 more people now have a full time job. That’s 350,000 more people with the security of work, a regular income and better able to provide for themselves and their family. SHARE to let friends know.

MP Backs NHS Management Improvement Plan

WEST WORCESTERSHIRE MP Harriett Baldwin has offered her support to measures to improve management at Worcestershire’s Acute Trust hospitals.

The Department of Health last week announced that two new directors have been seconded from other NHS Trusts to help bolster the management team.

MP Backs Valentine Gift for Malvern's Hearts

WEST WORCESTERSHIRE MP Harriett Baldwin has wholeheartedly backed a community campaign to give free training and buy lifesaving medical equipment in Malvern.

MP Calls for Rural Patient Transport Support

WEST WORCESTERSHIRE MP Harriett Baldwin has called on health chiefs to re-assess transport links to the county’s hospitals as part of a review of where services are delivered.

Unemployment at 11-year low

The unemployment rate is at an 11 year low, having fallen by over 900,000 since 2010

Prime Minister's Strategy for Brexit announced

Today I set out the Government’s 12 negotiating objectives for leaving the European Union - part of our plan for Britain, which aims to get the right deal abroad while ensuring a better deal for ordinary working people here at home – and I wanted you to be one of the first to know about it.

Our Plan for Britain

The British people voted for change. They voted to shape a brighter future for the UK outside the EU and we will deliver it. SHARE to let friends know.

Malvern Gets Cyber Wage Boost

BUSINESS MINISTER Margot James and local MP Harriett Baldwin were briefed that people working in the cyber sector are getting double the average salary at a growth summit held in Malvern last week.