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Windsor MP welcomes government effort to promote international trade

Adam Afriyie, the MP for Windsor, has asked the Government a series of Parliamentary Questions concerning international trade to uncover what steps the Government is taking to prepare the UK for its departure from the European Union.

They have shone a light on a series of actions being taken by the Government to utilise technology and diplomatic relations to promote international trade and enable businesses to make the most of the new opportunities that withdrawing from the European Union’s Customs Union will bring.

Windsor MP welcomes all time low unemployment in Windsor

Adam Afriyie, the MP for Windsor, has welcomed unemployment statistics today showing that the British jobs miracle is continuing unabated. Despite analysts predicting a decrease in employment of 13,000, the number of people employed rose by 102,000. The value of the Pound rose to $1.42, equivalent to its value before the UK voted to leave the EU.

The same was true of Windsor, were unemployment hit a fresh low of 405, or 0.7%. Windsor, traditionally in the lowest 10% of constituencies for unemployment, is now in the lowest 3% of constituencies!

Windsor MP encourages everyone to let the Government know their view on a 3rd Runway at Heathrow

Adam Afriyie, the MP for Windsor, is encouraging the public to join the collective response by the No 3rd Runway Coalition (N3R Coalition) opposing expansion at Heathrow. The N3R Coalition are an umbrella group representing nearly every major anti-3rd Runway pressure group.

The N3R Coalition is asking members of the public to download and sign a document expressing their opposition to a 3rd Runway at Heathrow. Anyone can let the government know about their concerns by downloading the template here, signing it and emailing it to

Windsor MP welcomes landmark study into use of research by Parliamentarians

Adam Afriyie, the MP for Windsor and Chair of the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST), has welcomed a landmark study, launched today, examining the use of research by Parliamentarians.

This two year project was carried out by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology in conjunction with University College London and funded through a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).