Jack Lopresti MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke and Luke Hall MP Thornbury and Yate's joint statement in relation to parents and pupils concerns over the process of finding new sponsor arrangements for both Winterbourne Academy and Yate International Academy.
"As two local South Gloucestershire MP's where the Ridings Federations Schools serve and educate our young people we have grown concerned over the fast evolving issues with the Ridings Trust. We are both extremely grateful to the many pupils, parents and teachers that have got in touch with us to share their concerns, thoughts and views on where the trust should go from here.
"We acknowledge the constituents concerns over the possible bid from Oasis Community learning and note with interest the potential proposals coming forward jointly from Castle School Education Trust and Olympus trusts. As existing local providers we feel this new proposal is worth exploring. To ensure the best outcome for pupils, parents and teaching staff we will be meeting with Castle School Education Trust and Olympus Trust urgently and we are organising to meet with the Secretary of State for Education, The Rt Hon Justine Greening MP, next week."
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Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Daesh (13 Mar 2017)
Jack Lopresti: Will my right hon. Friend reassure the House that we are doing everything possible to help local indigenous forces on the ground with the liberation of Mosul and the defeat of Daesh, not only in relation to equipment and ammunition, but with regard to access to medical care, protective equipment such as helmets and body armour, and getting the right supplies and expertise for their wounded?
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Jack Lopresti: Does the Secretary of State share my view that the need to accommodate the views of 28 different countries has led to the common agricultural policy becoming overtly bureaucratic in a way that has harmed the interests of British farmers?