I was photographed with TV’s Bill Oddie last week Parliament who is championing Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting
Hunting animals for the pleasure of putting their heads on walls is obscene and disgusting.
Trophy hunting is having a direct impact on the conservation status of some of the worlds most endangered wildlife, and we must put a stop to it.
Below is a short interview from the day where I express my views on trophy hunting.
For more information go to www.bantrophyhunting.com
15th November 2018
Soaring numbers of incidents of children going missing from care to 70,250 last year are ‘truly shocking’, according to Ann Coffey MP.
Ms Coffey, who is the chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Runaway and Missing Children and Adults, said the latest figures released today by the Department for Education on Looked after children in England were ‘grim’.
There were 70,250 incidents of children going missing from care in 2018 involving 11,530 individual children – up almost 10,000 from 60,870 incidents last year.
Significantly, nearly half of the incidents involved children in residential care, which includes children’s homes.
The numbers of missing incidents of children in care has risen massively by 145 per cent since 2015 when the figure was 28,700.
Ann visited the Co-op store, on Castle Street in Edgeley to show her support for USDAW’s ‘Respect for Shopworkers Week’.
Products can be replaced and stores repaired, but violent crime in shops often has a shocking and lasting impact on shop workers.
During the visit, Ann spoke to the staff and Tony Clare from USDAW and was pleased to hear about the Co-op’s actions to make the shop a safer environment including all staff having headphones so that they can pass information more quickly and more visible staff on the shop floor.