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Kerr welcomes International Students policy

Stephen Kerr MP has welcomed the UK Government's announcement that International students graduating will be able to stay for 2 extra years after their course, without any extra visa required.

Stirling MP backs support for persecuted Christians

Stephen Kerr MP for Stirling has welcomed the news that the UK Government will be fully accepting the recommendations of the Bishop of Truro's report into overseas persecution of Christians.

My comments on the suspension of Parliament

The Prime Minister has asked the Queen to prorogue Parliament, marking the long-overdue end of this session of parliament. It’s an interesting fact that this sitting has been the longest since the “Long Parliament” of the English Civil War.

Glasgow chosen as UK host city for major UN climate change conference

Stirling’s MP, Stephen Kerr, has welcomed the news that Glasgow has been chosen as the UK city to host the UN Climate Change conference, COP26, in 2020. Should the UK Governments bid to host the conference be successful then this vitally important conference will take place in Glasgow.

Stirling MP Asks: Are you the best small shop?

Stirling’s MP Stephen Kerr is calling on small shopkeepers across the constituency to enter the Best Small Shops Competition, celebrating the creativity of small shops and the central role they play in their local community.

New Bannockburn Post Office opening

Bannockburn Post Office will close on Wednesday 7th August, with the current sub-postmaster taking a well-earned retirement.

The new Post Office in Jintz Express (17 Quakerfield, Bannockburn, Stirling FK7 8JA) will open on 8th August.

Devil's pulpit update: Litter

Below is a response I received from the Council regarding the litter at Finnich Glen/Devil’s Pulpit. I'd raised the query due to receiving complaints about the amount of litter in the area.