• 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.


Congratulations to @halfon4harlowMP for his hard work to bring Public Health England to #Harlow #PartyOfWorkers


Harlow Citizens Advice are running free workshops for those who are retiring, or have just retired.

These cover issues from wills to caring for a relative.

The workshop includes specialist advice from solicitors, and access to staff at Citizens Advice.

The first Monday of every month from 10:30am.

Please make the most of this service, and visit the Law Clinic if you need advice on legal matters including wills, family care, employment, welfare, and immigration.
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I'm very pleased to see that unemployment in Harlow is continuing to fall. The latest figures show that the number of people in Harlow relying on the out-of-work benefits has fallen massively, by 58% since 2010. It's great to see the local economy continuing to grow and jobs coming back to our town. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great to hear of the bright futures ahead for the students graduating from the Sir Charles Kao UTC in Harlow today. Every single one of them is going on to University, Apprenticeships or Employment! ... See MoreSee Less

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BioRob lives in Harlow, and was first elected Member of Parliament in 2010 and was re-elected in the 2015 General Election. He was promoted to Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party and now attends Cabinet as a Minister without portfolio in May 2015.

Over the last five years, Robert Halfon has run a number of high-profile campaigns, including Petrol Promise, which called on the Government to lower fuel duty and cut petrol and diesel costs for hard-pressed motorists.

By the end of the last Parliament, he had successfully convinced George Osborne to scrap or delay every planned fuel duty increase since this Government came to power and the Chancellor thanked him in one of his Budgets for his work on this issue.

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