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West Midlands MEP visits apprentice training centre in Aston (12th December 2014)

West Midlands MEP and Conservative employment and social affairs spokesman, Anthea McIntyre, today visited EEF’s state-of-the-art training centre in Aston near Birmingham. The centre opened in March earlier this year to train the region’s future manufacturers and engineers. Miss McIntyre toured the purpose-built centre to see at first-hand the world-class facilities it offers and how they replicate a real-life, modern-day manufacturing environment.  She met young apprentices and staff and saw trainees learning vital skills, such as CNC machinery, welding and fabrication, as well as watching a demonstration of 3D printing and hearing...


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MEP Supports “Small Business Day” in Ross on Wye (6th December 2014)

Local Conservative MEP, Anthea McIntyre, was out and about in Ross-on-Wye last Saturday 6thDecember with Cllr Richard Mayo, to celebrate, support and promote small businesses in the Herefordshire town. This was part of “Small Business Saturday” held on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Miss McIntyre, the Conservative Spokesman for Employment and Social Affairs as well as an active Member of the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee, said: "I very much support and rely on shopping locally and we are fortunate that Ross has so much to offer. The town...


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Anthea delivers Christmas cheer to postal workers (5th December 2014)

  Anthea McIntyre MEP visited Royal Mail’s Ross on Wye delivery office to pass on Christmas wishes and encouragement to postmen and women at their busiest time of year.  Anthea was shown around the office by Delivery Office Manager, Paul Willetts, and was introduced to the postmen and women who are working hard sorting and delivering mail in the run-up to Christmas. She said: “It was great to meet postmen and women at Royal Mail’s Ross on Wye delivery office and see first-hand just how much effort they put into delivering for people...


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Telford businesses speak out (1st December 2014)

Telford’s business community, together with Conservative candidate Lucy Allan, turned out for Lunch on Friday to meet Anthea McIntyre MEP to discuss various topics including ‘Growing a successful Business’, ‘Women in the Boardroom’ and ‘Recruiting  People with the right skills’. Miss McIntyre, who is the Conservative Employment Spokesman in Europe, said: "EU growth plans and Parliamentary edicts don’t create jobs – businesses do. However Parliaments can help to create a climate that encourages the establishment and growth of companies”. Miss McIntyre produced a report on ‘How can the EU Contribute to creating...


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A clear and realistic view of the NHS (21st November 2014)

Museji Takolia CBE, Chairman of the Wye Valley NHS Trust, was the guest speaker at Herefordshire Conservative Business Forum's breakfast on Friday, chaired by Anthea McIntyre MEP. With a background in developing social housing, urban regeneration and supporting social care for vulnerable adults, Mr Takolia has served on the boards of the former regulator of the NHS in England (Commission for Health Improvement) and on OFSTED. Born in Coventry, he is a graduate of the universities of Cambridge, Bristol and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public International Affairs, Princeton...


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