News

Saj – put correct focus on panorama photographs

Sajjad  and his Conservative colleagues will this week vote to delete controversial clauses from proposed legislation which threatened to ban people from photographing and sharing pictures of landmark buildings such as the Eiffel Tower or Houses of Parliament.

TTIP back on course to benefit UK and whole of Europe

On the day that the European Parliament finally approves the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) – the largest Trade Agreement in the history of the world – Sajjad writes for British Influence.

Data Roaming Charges to be Abolished

In deal that is great news for consumers and travellers, a settlement has been reached to phase out data roaming charges across Europe within two years.

Saj warns about scams and con tricks

July is Scams Awareness Month and Sajjad is highlighting how individuals and small businesses get conned by clever tricks that can leave them thousands of pounds out of pocket.

Support for honesty for all who want Postal Votes

Sajjad’s comments regarding postal vote fraud in Lancashire, particularly Pendle, have been supported by other politicians. Local and national media have given the issue considerable coverage including local Pendle newspaper, the Nelson Leader.

Sajjad warns on postal ballot fraud

This week thousands of postal votes will be dropping through electors letterboxes across Lancashire for both the General Election and local government elections.