June 2019 News

News from Westminster

Visiting schools and meeting school pupils when they come to Westminster is a part of my job that I particularly enjoy. Let me give some examples of both.

Michael joins hockey celebrations

Michael was delighted to be invited to play in Poole Hockey Club's 125 year celebrations. Having been a member of the club since moving to Dorset, Michael has not played as much recently but was pleased to be able to contribute to this special game.

Youth Employment APPG

Michael chaired the most recent meeting of the APPG for Youth Employment, where two Youth Ambassadors presented the findings of the 2019 Youth Voice Census, in which 3000 young people shared their views on topics related to education and employment.

Michael attends Town Council Annual assembly

Michael was pleased to be able to attend the Upton and Lytchett Minster Town Council Annual Assembly last week. Whilst there, he thanked all the local councillors for their hard work in the community, and praised local volunteers for their commitment.


Michael completes Understanding Autism Training

Michael Tomlinson  MP has attended the National Autistic Society’s first ever Understanding Autism session. Michael was one of 82 MPs who attended one of three sessions on 1 May, receiving more information on what autism is, guidance on how to create autism-friendly surgeries and tips on how to s

Michael attends report launch

Michael was pleased to be able to support the parliamentary launch of the Muscular Dystrophy UK 'Ready and Able' employability project report.