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Latest Statement on Primary Schools

Owen visited Selattyn on Thursday last week and Moreton Say, Adderley, Whitchurch Infants, Welshampton and Weston Lullingfields on Friday.

Welcome for Minister's Schools Statement

Further to his comments on 31st January following the meeting of Shropshire MPs and Councillors with Minister of State for Schools and learners, Jim Knight, Owen Paterson said that ""I am delighted that, in a written statement to the House of Commons

Owen's Meetings 1st February

Owen Paterson will be meeting Inspector Wagstaff at Shrewsbury Police Station to discuss constituency cases, neighbour disputes and improving Market Drayton police station.

Meeting with Schools Minister

Owen, joined by fellow Shropshire MPs Philip Dunne and Daniel Kawczynski as well as Shropshire County Council Leader, Malcolm Pate and other senior County Councillors,

Owen's letter to North Shropshire Schools

In recent years I have visited every single primary school in North Shropshire, some of them several times. Shropshire County Council raised the problem of school finance with me and other MPs in the autumn of 2007

Astonishing Cost of Windfarms Revealed

Owen has been astonished by a number of Parliamentary Replies from Government Ministers on the cost of wind farms. Firstly the Renewables Obligation will cost consumers £25.1billion between 2002 and 2027.

108 Corbet Pupils Visit Westminster

Owen was delighted to meet pupils of the Corbet School, Baschurch following their tour of the Palace of Westminster today. 108 Year 10 pupils and 8 teachers boarded 3 coaches and made their way to London in dismal weather.