Sir David Amess MP pledged his commitment to support local childcare providers in Parliament at an event organised by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Childcare and Early Education on Wednesday 18th July.
Islamic Relief UK, an independent humanitarian and development organisation, held a Parliamentary Drop-In on Wednesday 18th July. This faith-inspired charity tackles a multitude of issues from gender-based violence, disaster response and the provision of relief aid to conflict zones.
On Tuesday, 17th July, Sir David joined fellow Essex MPs to discuss local crime matters with the Chief Constable of Essex Police, Stephen Kavanagh, and the Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner in Essex, Roger Hirst.
Sir David Amess MP signed a petition calling for hunting legislation to be strengthened, on Wednesday 18th July, amid growing concerns that British wildlife is still being targeted due to loopholes in the law.