Taiwan to attend ICAO General Assembly

I am pleased to learn that Ms. Shen Chi, Director General of Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) of Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications, on the 11th of September received an official invitation from Mr. Roberto Kobeh Gonzalez, President of the ICAO Council, to attend the 38th ICAO Assembly as a ‘guest’.

Parliamentary Debate and Vote on Syria

Thank you for so many of you for taking an interest in the way I voted in the House of Commons on the issue of Syria.I thought it might be helpful for me to explain my position in detail.

Gibraltar - Cameron must be ready to send the navy in and Spain's ambassador packing

Gibraltar has since 1704, with its status formalised in the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, been under British sovereignty “to be held and enjoyed absolutely with all manner of right forever” and, whilst Britain no longer exercises direct power over the Rock, through self-determination the people of Gibraltar have chosen to remain British and since that time, have shown nothing but steadfast loyalty to the Crown. Gibraltarians are not Spanish, they have never been Spanish and do not want to be Spanish.

EU Referendum Bill backed by Parliament

Andrew Rosindell M.P., the Member of Parliament for Romford, has voted in Parliament in favour of letting the British people have a referendum on our membership of the European Union.

Andrew opposes plans to close the London Road T.A.C.

Andrew Rosindell M.P., Member of Parliament for Romford, has spoken out against government plans to “vacate” the London Road Territorial Army Centre as part of defence reforms outlined on Wednesday 3rd July 2013.

Andrew congratulates Pearson Teaching Award winners in Romford

Andrew Rosindell M.P., Member of Parliament for Romford, has congratulated Colin Seabrook, from Havering College, for winning the East of England Pearson Award for FE Teacher/Lecturer of the Year, and Mary Morrison, the Head Teacher at Bower Park Academy, for winning Head Teacher of the Year for London and the South East.