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KARREN BRADY SET TO VISIT GOSPORT

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage will welcome business woman, Karren Brady to her constituency on Thursday when she joins local business owners for an entrepreneurship event at Bay House School.

INQUIRY LAUNCHED INTO DEATHS AT GOSPORT HOSPITAL

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has today welcomed a statement from the Minister of State for Care and Support, announcing a Hillsborough-style inquiry into deaths at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.

CAROLINE SPEAKS UP ON PASSPORT DELAYS

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has called on the Government to ensure that greater efficiency is brought to the process of issuing passports during Questions to the Home Office on Monday.

CAROLINE WELCOMES MINISTER TO DAEDALUS

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage today welcomed the Minister for Housing, Kris Hopkins MP, to her constituency for a visit to the Daedalus Enterprise Zone.

STUBBINGTON BYPASS GETS THE GREEN LIGHT

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has this morning welcomed news from the Government that the long-awaited Stubbington bypass has finally received the go-ahead.

CAROLINE CELEBRATES 'NAUTICAL NEWS' IN PARLIAMENT!

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage celebrated a week of excellent nautical news for her local area this morning, when she welcomed the arrival of the Sailing Sclerosis Foundation's Oceans of Hope yacht in Portsmouth during questions to the Minister for Culture, Media and Sport.

CAROLINE WELCOMES £8M GOVERNMENT BOOST FOR BEN AINSLIE'S HQ

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage today welcomed the news that Ben Ainslie's America's Cup HQ will be based in Portsmouth, receiving an £8m cash boost from the Government. Construction on the site will get underway immediately, and the investment is expected to create 90 direct jobs, with hundreds more created indirectly across the region.

CAROLINE SUPPORTS IONA CLUB

Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has welcomed the recent lifeline given to one of Gosport's most popular social clubs.

CAROLINE PLEDGES SUPPORT TO HELP HOMELESS PEOPLE IMPROVE ENGLISH AND MATHS SKILLS

Local MP Caroline Dinenage today pledged to support the efforts of homelessness charity St Mungo's Broadway after hearing how homeless people are held back by a lack of basic literacy skills. Caroline has long pushed for improvements in basic skills, and this pledge follows her work in the House of Commons to improve both literacy and numeracy amongst children and adults.