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Damian Hinds
MP for East Hampshire and Education Secretary. For constituency correspondence please use: damian.hinds.mp@parliament.uk
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Damian Hinds 4h
Clearly a very disappointing result. The PM's response struck the right tone, set the right task. We know there are majorities against things; we must work together to find a majority FOR a way forward, honouring the referendum result in the best interests of the UK.
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Damian Hinds 13h
Today we need to come together as a country and that delivers on the decision we made with the referendum and is good for businesses, trade and jobs. Here’s the deal explained in 60 seconds 👇
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Damian Hinds Jan 14
On this evening talking about why we should ... Thankfully they didn’t do a flag test
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UK Prime Minister Jan 14
"The British people are ready for us to move beyond division and come together." – PM speaking ahead of tomorrow's vote as she met workers at a pottery factory in Stoke-on-Trent
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Damian Hinds Jan 14
Oops. I plead deteriorating eyesight. Make that 🇳🇴
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Damian Hinds Jan 14
Please keep in mind others’ real objectives in opposing the deal... 🚩Corbyn govt 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Scottish indep 🗳People’s vote ❌ No-deal exit 🇮🇸 Norway 🇨🇦 Canada & xyz else. If the deal were to fall, no one can know that things wd then move in THEIR preferred direction.
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Damian Hinds Jan 13
7️⃣ reasons to ... 🌏 Enables new trade deals 🚘 Supports key industries 🛃 Control of our borders 👮🏻‍♂️ Security co-operation 🌾 Out of CAP & CFP 👩🏼‍🎓 Education & research partnership ⏩ Moves us forward Let’s , and
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DfE Jan 10
New research by and shows that reading with children before they start school puts them eight months ahead of their peers in language skills. That’s why we are supporting parents to 💬 Chat 🎨 Play and 📖 Read with their kids:
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Damian Hinds Jan 10
A year in as Education Secretary, bearing down on teacher workload remains my No. 1 priority. My article for :
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DfE Jan 9
Today visited an insightful Jewish exhibition here at DfE. Understanding the faiths and beliefs of others is important for a tolerant society and to help us further develop relationships with groups in our diverse school system.
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DfE Jan 8
We increasingly need basic in our everyday lives and for work. There is not long left to have your say on the national standards on improving adult basic digital skills consultation. 👉
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Damian Hinds Jan 9
Great to be with last night to talk about the importance of technical education, the vital role of the home learning environment and take listeners’ questions
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Damian Hinds Jan 8
Social workers are often-unsung heroes of our society - supporting some of the most vulnerable children and families. We're investing £45m with to get 900 bright graduates & career changers started in a rewarding career
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DfE Jan 7
“Children’s social care is only as good as the people who deliver it, which is why we want to recruit the best into social work,” – says as he announces £45 million funding for to recruit more
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Damian Hinds Jan 7
Today shines a spotlight on for its fantastic work improving Pupil Premium attainment. Read their blog on how they did that, following the evidence and focusing on classroom teaching
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Nick Gibb Jan 4
Our support for music: 🎼 Compulsory in the Curriculum from 5-14 🎼 Arts is 2nd highest funded behind PE 🎼 600 funded music bursaries at elite arts schools 🎼 700k children studying instruments through music hubs in 2016/17 My response to Mr Lloyd Webber
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DfE Jan 3
There can be no great without great ! Here's 5⃣ reasons why you should . 👉 
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Damian Hinds Jan 3
With health education in schools universal from 2020, more pupils will learn vital skills such as basic 1st aid, CPR & how to get help in a medical emergency. This will give young people the confidence to know that they can step in to help someone in need
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Damian Hinds Jan 3
Learning first aid and techniques like CPR can give young people the confidence to step in to help someone – and that could potentially save a life. Thanks to Senior Cardiac Nurse, Philippa Hobson for showing me how.
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