Conor Burns Conservative, Bournemouth West: My right hon. Friend the Prime Minister has been very clear that the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union, but we are not leaving Europe. A strong and prosperous EU remains in the interests of the United Kingdom. Does my right hon.
Conor welcomed the Minister for Communities and Local Government, Andrew Percy, to Bournemouth recently, where the Minister announced £19.5million of regional growth funding, direct from central Government.
Conor attended the launch in Westminster of The Great Daffodil Appeal Reception in Parliament, Marie Curie’s biggest annual fundraising campaign. One in four people miss out on the care and support that they need at the end of their life. Marie Curie is aiming to change that.
Conor attended the YMCA Youth Forum, the team and learn about the social action projects that the young people are involved with. He listened to the concerns that they have about the Erasmus-scheme, upon leaving the European Union.
Conor was interviewed by BU Students for their media documentary, ‘how tattoos give a negative impact on employment’. They spoke to him about a current petition aiming to prevent discrimination against people with tattoos in employment, and asked him about his views on the subject.