Rehman attended the RSPCA Annual Animal Cruelty Statistics drop in event in Parliament and met with Simon to look at the data covering Medway Local Authority and heard more about their work in improving animal welfare.
In his capacity as Chairman of the Conservative Foreign and Commonwealth Council Rehman hosted a seminar looking at the life of late Airey Neave MP Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary who 40 years ago lost his life to a terrorist attack (pictured with his son William).
Rehman met Gillingham resident Shaunagh Brown (who plays rugby for England) and Medway’s Rachael Burford (another England Rugbyplayer and former Medway Sports Personality of the Year) at the Sky Sports Women in Sport reception in Parliament.
Rehman welcomed Mr Simon Decker, theformer Head Teacher of Rainham Mark Grammar School (rated Outstanding) and now Chief Executive of Rainham Mark Education Trust, to Parliament to learn more about his work in raising standards in education.
Rehman visited Holy Trinity Church Hall Twydall and met with the Gillingham Deaf and Blind Club and caught up with its members on national and local issues and picked up casework on issues concerning them.
At Prime Minister’s Questions Rehman asked a question on Religious Freedom welcoming the news that Asia Bibi is on route to Canada who have offered her sanctuary - he asked why the UK did not offer her sanctuary and if future such cases on religious freedom be looked at differently by the UK Gove