192017Oct

Festival of engineering will inspire the next generation

This week has been a busy one in parliament, with MPs coming together to debate the UK’s domestic nuclear safeguards regime once we leave the European Union.

Whether you are in favour or against nuclear as an energy source, it is important that our exit from the European Union does not disrupt in any way the UK’s commitment to extremely high levels of nuclear regulation and our commitment to exceed international standards in all instances.

This is a vitally important issue for our country and I was delighted to speak several times during the debate to highlight the concerns expressed by constituents.

THIS week has been a busy one in parliament, with MPs coming together to debate the UK’s domestic nuclear safeguards regime once we leave the European Union.

Whether you are in favour or against nuclear as an energy source, it is important that our exit from the European Union does not disrupt in any way the UK’s commitment to extremely high levels of nuclear regulation and our commitment to exceed international standards in all instances.

This is a vitally important issue for our country and I was delighted to speak several times during the debate to highlight the concerns expressed by constituents.

The festival is open free of charge to all between 4pm-5pm on November 3 so I would encourage as many children and young adults as possible to attend and experience first-hand some of the inspirational businesses we have here in Wiltshire.

Space is limited so if you would like to attend then please email my office on michelle.donelan.mp@parliament.uk to reserve your space.

Also published online at the Gazette and Herald Website

Michelle Donelan’s column in the Wiltshire Gazette & Herald and Wiltshire Times