• Working Hard
    for Harlow
    and the Villages

    Get in touch with Robert and see how your local Conservative Team is working hard for Harlow, Hastingwood, Matching, Nazeing, Roydon & Sheering.

Testimonials

I love No Triumph No Tragedy. Admire some MPs irrespective of party, @halfon4harlowMP is one of them
@Aspirantdiva
@halfon4harlowMP Rob is the hardest working MP Harlow has ever had long may it continue.
@leedangerfield
Great to see @halfon4harlowMP alongside the Chancellor in the pre-Budget photo shoot – tireless campaigner
‏@steve_hawkes
@halfon4harlowMP Excellent example of a constituency-active MP who influences public policy.
@LordNortonLouth
Great to see @halfon4harlowMP showing his support for the new Weekend GP Service in Harlow
@nhswestessex
Importance of #apprenticeships & #education clear at #harlow #college great to see @halfon4harlowMP support
@FelipeABaquero
Robert Halfon buying too many snacks in the Tesco petrol station in Harlow. Very polite though.
@eyespymp
what an incredible day we’ve had at the #Harlow Jobs/Apprenticeship Fair. Thank you to @halfon4harlowMP for attending
@SeetecInspire
Huge thank you to @halfon4harlowMP for a fascinating talk @ComResPolls HQ this morning
@TomMlud
@halfon4harlowMP https://twitter.com/halfon4harlowmp/status/595185818374938624 … I recruited Harlow people as a direct result of these fairs. Working hard for Harlow – no question!
‏@GuardHome

ROB’S LATEST FACEBOOK POSTS

Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn on Terrorism, the IRA, the British Army and Defence: ... See MoreSee Less

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To bridge our country's skill gap, the Conservatives will establish new institutes of technology that will provide degree level courses and apprenticeships in areas like science, technology, engineering and health. They will be backed by leading employers to make sure that students and apprentices get the training and skills to get the jobs they need for their future. ... See MoreSee Less

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It was an honour to open the Heart 4 Harlow festival in the beautiful sunny weather yesterday. It's such a wonderful event that brings everyone in our town together - I'll be spending a lot of time there over the bank holiday weekend! There is a free Jazz Festival there this evening from 6pm which looks to be a great event. ... See MoreSee Less

A fantastic first day at the Heart4Harlow Festival. Longwood, Abbotsweld and Latton Green Primary schools opened the show with fabulous selection of popular songs followed by Katherine's Primary who ...

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✓Championing Apprenticeships and Education

Yesterday I visited Holy Cross Catholic Primary with the Minister of State for Schools, Nick Gibb, and we met these young journalists working on 'The Holy Crossy News'. They asked some great questions and we went for a tour of the fantastic colourful school.

Nick also told us about the funding increase the school will see as a result of the national funding formula - over 6%! No school will lose funding and the vast majority of Harlow schools will actually see a funding increase!
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In Essex, schools will see an their funding increase by 2.6% under our new national funding formula. Myself and the Schools Minister visited Holy Cross School today, who will see a funding increase of 6.3%, approx £84,000 extra every year. With our new manifesto announcements, no school will see a cut with an additional £4 billion being pledges to school budgets. ... See MoreSee Less

Nick Gibb, minister of state for schools, is visiting the Holy Cross Catholic Primary Academy in Harlow:

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ABOUT ROB

Bio Robert lives in Harlow, and was first elected Member of Parliament in 2010. He was re-elected in the 2015 General Election and was promoted to Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party and attended the Cabinet as a Minister without portfolio from until July 2016. In July 2016, Robert was appointed as Minister of State for Higher Education, Skills, Apprenticeships and Careers in the Department of Education by the new Prime Minister, Theresa May. Read More

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