Robert Buckland (@RobertBuckland )

Robert Buckland

Bio Rt Hon Robert Buckland QC MP is Conservative MP for South Swindon and former Lord Chancellor.
Location Swindon
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Twitter for iPhone : A difficult and sensitive case, which the Court of Appeal has dealt with carefully and well: Secretary of State for Justice v A Local Authority & Ors [2021] EWCA Civ 1527 (22 October 2021) bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/…

Twitter for iPhone : The booster campaign is well underway – a record day of bookings this week and more than 4 million jabs given and counting.

This new vital campaign has a simple message, but the impact will be powerful.

Get vaccinated, get boosted, get protected.

gov.uk/government/new…

Twitter for iPhone : More than 4 million top-up jabs have now been administered in England.

Booster jabs are crucial in maintaining the progress we’ve made in the fight against COVID-19.

Please book yours ASAP if you’re eligible.

nhs.uk/conditions/cor…

Twitter Web App : Today we launch The Welcome Fund. This long-term initiative will support projects & activities that aid the overall integration of those newly arrived in our county, enabling them to feel welcomed, valued & active members of our communities.
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Hootsuite Inc. : If your household income is under £30,000 a year and you live in a home with a low energy performance rating, you may be eligible to apply for up to £10,000 of free energy efficiency improvements for your home.

Find out more and see if you are eligible ➡️ bit.ly/3ihlRC2

Echobox : 🔴 The family of the Conservative MP Sir David Amess has said they are 'absolutely broken' by his death.

Read the official statement in full below:
telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/…

Twitter Media Studio : 'We're talking of amounts of money that are... an absolute drop in the ocean compared to the billions... that we invest quite widely in our NHS.'

Robert Buckland, former justice secretary, compares the Justice department budget to health spending.

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