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Jack welcomes PM's announcement of a July election

May 24, 2024 10:42 PM

Jack Rankin welcomes the Prime Minister’s announcement that a General Election will be held on Thursday 4th July, saying it feels like “the right time” to go to the country.

Jack Rankin fights to save free access to Castle for Windsor residents

Parliamentary candidate Jack Rankin is urging The Royal Collection to reconsider their decision to withdraw free access to Windsor Castle for local people.

Pedestrian safety 'put at risk' if cycling ban is lifted, says Jack

Jack Rankin is calling on the Royal Borough to maintain its ban on cyclists using the pedestrianised areas of Peascod Street, Windsor and High Street, Maidenhead.

Jack attends launch of new LEGOLAND village

Jack was delighted to join Theresa May MP for the grand opening of the long-awaited Woodland Village at LEGOLAND Windsor.

Working parents of two-year-olds can now access free childcare

As a father of two young boys, I know how challenging it can be at times to raise children.
Having access to affordable and high-quality childcare empowers parents to make decisions that are right for them and their families.

The Prime Minister is right to make stopping the boats a priority

The Prime Minister has made it clear that 'stopping the boats' in one of his top priorities: Jack Rankin agrees this is right. It is totally unacceptable that human traffickers are undermining control at our border.

Jack Rankin gives his backing to new Legoland facilities

Jack Rankin recently visited one of the constituency's largest employers Official LEGOLAND Windsor.

Jack Rankin backs higher spending on defence

Jack Rankin discussed our level of military spending and the United Kingdom's support for Ukraine during a meeting with Defence Secretary Grant Shapps.

Jack welcomes announcement of a football regulator

Jack Rankin has backed new legislation to create an Independent Football Regulator, warning that "too many football clubs are being exploited and poorly managed, leading to a worse experience for fans".

£1.4m Government funding for Special Education Needs

RBWM Council will benefit from more than £1.4 million in funding from the Conservative Government for school children with Special Educational Needs (SEN). Slough will receive £3.6 million and Surrey £18.6 million.