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UK Parliament Week

Damian was invited to join the Ropley Brownies, Wooteys Juniors Alton and 8th Alton Explorers for a Q&A session last week, organised as part of the national UK Parliament Week initiative.

Visit to Kidney Care UK

Damian paid a visit to Alton-based Kidney Care UK today, the UK's leading kidney patient support charity. They provide invaluable practical, financial and emotional support for kidney patients and their families right across the UK.

Unemployment remains at 40 year low

The latest employment numbers released by the Office for National Statistics show that the rate of unemployment remains at 4.3% - the lowest in 40 years.

Taste of Parliament event

Damian was delighted to host a 'Taste of Parliament' event this week for a group of 6th form students from Alton College, Bohunt School, Churcher's College, Bedales School and Alton School. 

Plenty of talent in the jobs market

The theme for Damian's latest column in the Petersfield Post looks at the talent available to employers amongst groups of the working-age population that they may not have considered before:

Low unemployment record stays on track

The latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that the rate of unemployment remains at 4.3% - the lowest since 1975 – and are welcomed by Damian.

 

Hampshire Chamber of Commerce

Damian was delighted to have the opportunity to discuss employment issues with members of the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce this morning, at Old Thorns in Liphook.

Opening of new Future Skills Centre

Damian was delighted to attend the official opening of the Future Skills Centre in Whitehill & Bordon today, and enjoyed meeting the students that have already started a course at the centre.

A taste for politics

Getting people involved in politics, and what happens in Parliament, is the theme for Damian's latest column in the Petersfield Post: