MP sets out her new year's resolutions

HELPING businesses grow and increasing tourism to boost Worcestershire’s economy will be the main focus of attention for an MP next year.

Harriett Baldwin, who represents West Worcestershire, said she will be doing her best to promote the area during a year when the world’s attention will be on this country as it hosts the Olympic and Paralympic Games as well as the diamond jubilee.

She added she wants interest rates to stay low to help stimulate growth and urged the county’s residents to support the local media.

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9:45am Fri 30 Dec 11

Allan Whitehead says...

Well done M/s. Harriett Baldwin, MP. I would not have thought that any Member of Parliament would have needed to make a New Year’s Resolution saying that they want the area they represent to prosper. I would have thought that is why they sought election.

Yet it seems once again in true blue style M/s. Baldwin MP. Wanted to get her name published, and a new year’s resolution appeared the easy way to do it. However, I have known MPs actually serve meals alongside meals on wheels, showing that they do have some thoughts towards those who really require some help.
Well done M/s. Harriett Baldwin, MP. I would not have thought that any Member of Parliament would have needed to make a New Year’s Resolution saying that they want the area they represent to prosper. I would have thought that is why they sought election. Yet it seems once again in true blue style M/s. Baldwin MP. Wanted to get her name published, and a new year’s resolution appeared the easy way to do it. However, I have known MPs actually serve meals alongside meals on wheels, showing that they do have some thoughts towards those who really require some help. Allan Whitehead
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12:32pm Tue 3 Jan 12

Klara Kensington-Jones says...

Thanks Harriett my mother wants to retire as she is way past that age but as she did not understand stocks and shares she kept her money in a bank. Unfortunately the low interest rates have meant she is unable to retire and will have to keep working into her late seventies and probably wont ever see the benefit of a life of hard work. thanks for your consideration Harriett.
Thanks Harriett my mother wants to retire as she is way past that age but as she did not understand stocks and shares she kept her money in a bank. Unfortunately the low interest rates have meant she is unable to retire and will have to keep working into her late seventies and probably wont ever see the benefit of a life of hard work. thanks for your consideration Harriett. Klara Kensington-Jones
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