[Swindon Advertiser] - SOUTH Swindon MP Robert Buckland has backed the findings of a report calling for a major change in the laws on harassment and stalking. Mr Buckland was a member of the Indepen-dent Parliamentary Inquiry into Stalking Law Reform, whose recommendations
[Swindon Advertiser] - South Swindon MP Robert Buckland said: “This report makes some important recommendations, such as collaborative working, and we've already recognised that here in Swindon. “I'm already talking to JobCentre Plus and Forward Swindon about developing new
[DeHavilland (press release) (subscription)] - Conservative MP Robert Buckland highlighted the problems with the disclosure “debacle”. Reforms needed to take place to ensure that other police forces dealt with the matter, he stated. Responding, Solicitor General Edward Garnier said that in such
[Huffington Post UK] - All the inquiry's members, including Tory MP Robert Buckland, Labour's Baroness Gibson and the Lib Dems' Baroness Brinton, backed the report's findings. A Home Office spokesman said: "It is vital that victims of stalking get the support they need from
[Reading Post] - James Buckland; 3. Leo Halavatau; 4. James Sandford; 5. Bob Casey (Captain); 6. Matt Garvey; 7. David Sisi; 8. Alex Gray Replacements: 16. Brian Blaney; 17. Max Lahiff; 18. Faan Rautenbach; 19. Nick Kennedy; 20. Bryn Evans; 21. Jonathan Joseph; 22.
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland Wincanton, the Chippenham-based logistics group which recorded a £75.5m first half loss, said in an interim statement today that it has continued to trade in line with its expectations since October 1. Last year the group refinanced
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland The valued of frauds committed in the South West and Wales rose more than seven-fold last year, according to professional services firm KPMG. Having said that, one fraud accounted for 80% of the entire region's total.
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland The second annual Business Show Swindon has been hailed a success with more than 500 attendees and 80 exhibitors. Organised by GWE Business West, the day-long event at Swindon's STEAM railway museum, also featured an inspiring speech
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland Swindon's MINI car plant is set to benefit under plans by owner BMW to increase apprenticeships at its UK factories and showrooms. Total apprenticeships at the car firm will increase to 200 this year, including 11 at its Swindon
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland Hotels in Swindon managed to maintain the upper hand during November despite the challenging economic conditions with a tiny 0.2% drop in occupancy to 62.4% in November compared with a year earlier. This was off-set by a 2.7% rise in
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland SciSys is likely to enjoy further growth in sales, profits and net margins in 2012, the company said today in a pre-close trading statement. The Chippenham-based firm, which has a major base in Bristol, is a leading developer of
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland The West of England Business of the Year Awards, the most prestigious business accolades in the region, have been launched by accountants PwC. The awards are now in their 24 th year with the roll call of previous winners reading like
[Swindon Business News] - By Robert Buckland The UK Met Office has awarded SciSys key analysis and development work in the form of four new contracts worth in excess of £ Chippenham-based SciSys, is a leading developer of information and communications technology