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I was pleased to see the promotion of my good friend Sajid Javid to Home secretary this week. 

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This week I hosted a reception in Parliament for the Plymouth Manufacturing Group, who were celebrating their 40thanniversary.

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What kind of world do we want to build? One where our children (all children in every country) can live their lives in peace. How do we do that? Not, by appeasing tin-pot dictators using chemical weapons on their own people.

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It was a pleasure to be present at the Watermark in Ivybridge on Saturday to support the tenth anniversary celebrations of that building which has become the beating heart of that community. 

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The row in the Labour party about anti-Semitism seems to have blown up out of nowhere and shows no sign of abating. It has certainly taken me by surprise. 

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The Consortium of developers who are building the new town at Sherford have applied to the local planning authority for permission to change the masterplan layout. They have held well-attended consultation meetings in recent months to discuss. 

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Two things have happened this month which should serve as a wake-up call to all who think that our comfortable western lives will carry on much as they have done in recent decades. 

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This week I started to chair the Data Protection Bill through its committee stages. Thus will be my main focus for the next few weeks.

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As of March 2017 there are 11,659 post office branches in the United Kingdom. The vast majority of post offices (around 98%) are operated by franchise partners or sub-postmasters, who are independent business people. Only around 2% of post offices are directly managed by Post Office Limited. 

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This week I held a debate in Westminster Hall, our second debating chamber, to explore options about how to finance higher education. The Prime Minister recently instigated a review into how to ensure our system provides value for money and works for students and taxpayers.