BLACK COUNTRY PROSPER MAGAZINE

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PROSPER MAGAZINE: ISSUE 02 | BLACK COUNTRY MP'S

THE NEW BLACK COUNTRY MPS HEADING TO WESTMINSTER IN 2020

The election at the end of last year marks the Conservative Party’s biggest win since 1987 – securing 365 seats and giving the Prime Minister a comfortable majority.  With a number of well-known and long-standing local MPs either standing down or losing their seats locally, we’ve provided this handy guide for businesses to see who now represents the Black Country.

 

The Black Country Chamber of Commerce will continue to engage with MPs and is renewing its call to government for clarity on major issues facing business including Brexit and its next stages, infrastructure projects such as HS2 and has already introduced new MPs to its Black Country Business Manifesto.

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