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Grantham Journal column: I want to hear your views on agricultural support post-Brexit

Grantham Journal column: I want to hear your views on agricultural support post-Brexit

Grantham Journal column: I want to hear your views on agricultural support post-Brexit

01 July 2017

As we leave the European Union one of the biggest questions for a rural area like Lincolnshire will be how a British government should support farmers after we have taken back control of this crucial area of policy making.


Grantham Journal column: We have challenges – if we work together we can be a better trust

Grantham Journal column: We have challenges – if we work together we can be a better trust

Grantham Journal column: We have challenges – if we work together we can be a better trust

24 June 2017

As a trust we are always working to improve our services to ensure they are safe and are providing the best possible care for our patients.


Grantham Journal column: My invitation to Donald Trump

Grantham Journal column: My invitation to Donald Trump

Grantham Journal column: My invitation to Donald Trump

18 June 2017

My wife and I are so ashamed of those people who want to ban US President Donald Trump from making a state visit to this country that we have decided to issue an invitation of our own.


Grantham Journal column: Politics has given me an extended lesson in humility

Grantham Journal column: Politics has given me an extended lesson in humility

Grantham Journal column: Politics has given me an extended lesson in humility

18 June 2017

I am not a patient man. I am an even less patient patient.


Grantham Journal column: Hustings was not a democratic process

Grantham Journal column: Hustings was not a democratic process

Grantham Journal column: Hustings was not a democratic process

11 June 2017

Whatever the outcome of the general election and the best efforts of the organisers of the so-called hustings in St Wulfram’s Church, the fact remains that a large part of the Grantham and Stamford constituency voters were effectively disenfranchised.


Grantham Journal column: May God wipe tears from the eyes of the people of Manchester

Grantham Journal column: May God wipe tears from the eyes of the people of Manchester

Grantham Journal column: May God wipe tears from the eyes of the people of Manchester

28 May 2017

Bodies and blood.


Grantham Journal column: An exciting 25 years as MP

Grantham Journal column: An exciting 25 years as MP

Grantham Journal column: An exciting 25 years as MP

23 April 2017

Twenty-five years ago, I was first elected the Conservative Member of Parliament for Rutland and Melton. Six parliaments later, my role remains as challenging, exciting and busy as it has ever been.


Grantham Journal column: Encourage great new buildings and preserve the old

Grantham Journal column: Encourage great new buildings and preserve the old

19 March 2017

Encouraging good design for our new buildings is important but we also think it is important to preserve and study the oldest buildings we have.


Grantham Journal column: How will our MP vote on Bill which could undo health harm

Grantham Journal column: How will our MP vote on Bill which could undo health harm

Grantham Journal column: How will our MP vote on Bill which could undo health harm

04 March 2017

SOS Grantham Hospital wishes to thank everyone who took part in the F4GH protest on Saturday, February 25, and who came to lend their support at the SOS Grantham Hospital stall.


Grantham Journal column: There are huge risks attached to plan to alter care funding

Grantham Journal column: There are huge risks attached to plan to alter care funding

Grantham Journal column: There are huge risks attached to plan to alter care funding

28 January 2017

During this week’s meeting of Lincolnshire County Council’s communities and public health scrutiny committee, officers advised councillors that fundamental changes to future funding of supported housing schemes are under public consultation.


Grantham Journal column: It’s vital to plan ahead

Grantham Journal column: It’s vital to plan ahead

21 January 2017

There has been a lot in the news regarding patients in hospital beds across the country who don’t require hospital care.


Grantham Journal column: District’s volunteers work tirelessly for those less fortunate

Grantham Journal column: District’s volunteers work tirelessly for those less fortunate

Grantham Journal column: District’s volunteers work tirelessly for those less fortunate

21 January 2017

The Christmas and new year break is nothing more than a memory now, but it did give me time to reflect on all the good things about Grantham and South Kesteven.


Grantham Journal column: It must be cold outside 10 Downing Street late at night

Grantham Journal column: It must be cold outside 10 Downing Street late at night

Grantham Journal column: It must be cold outside 10 Downing Street late at night

15 January 2017

In common with many of you, I watch the national TV news late in the evening. The scene often shifts to Downing Street or some other great office of state, palace or even Scotland Yard.


Grantham Journal column: First aid training in every school

Grantham Journal column: First aid training in every school

Grantham Journal column: First aid training in every school

07 January 2017

I have been working to support Nick Boles MP for two months now, making sure that his office is still heavily involved in local issues and campaigns whilst he undergoes his cancer treatment. Recently, at a constituency surgery I was lucky enough to meet two ladies from the charity LIVES, who train and provide first responders across the county.


Grantham Journal column: Opening of new eye unit is a very positive development

Grantham Journal column: Opening of new eye unit is a very positive development

Grantham Journal column: Opening of new eye unit is a very positive development

27 December 2016

On Monday 5 December, the new ophthalmology unit opened its doors to its first patients at Grantham Hospital. This unit will provide much needed local access to eye patients in the Grantham and wider Lincolnshire area. The newly refurbished department was opened by the Mayor of Grantham who was given a tour of the department by the staff.


Then and Now: From the Ark to the Angel...

Then and Now: From the Ark to the Angel...

Then and Now: From the Ark to the Angel...

26 December 2016

Noah’s Ark was situated on the corner of the High Street and Vine Street.


Grantham Journal column: We’re pushing to get new complex built

Grantham Journal column: We’re pushing to get new complex built

Grantham Journal column: We’re pushing to get new complex built

10 December 2016

As we move into December there is no let up in the pace of what has been a hectic but productive year for Grantham and the surrounding area.


Grantham Journal column: Preserving the good in the old, encouraging the good in the new

Grantham Journal column: Preserving the good in the old, encouraging the good in the new

Grantham Journal column: Preserving the good in the old, encouraging the good in the new

03 December 2016

The Civic Society has had a good year with membership increasing to 161 and 187 people signed into our Facebook page.


Grantham Journal column: Government must be prepared to pay for NHS for ‘everyone’

Grantham Journal column: Government must be prepared to pay for NHS for ‘everyone’

Grantham Journal column: Government must be prepared to pay for NHS for ‘everyone’

20 November 2016

Margaret Greenwood Labour MP for Wirral West is due to present the NHS Bill for its Second Reading early in the new year.


Grantham Journal column: Why can’t we take a leaf out of recycling by those great Danes?

Grantham Journal column: Why can’t we take a leaf out of recycling by those great Danes?

Grantham Journal column: Why can’t we take a leaf out of recycling by those great Danes?

12 November 2016

For many years we are constantly told we must recycle to reduce waste with the government setting targets and local authorities investing huge amounts in the equipment to collect waste and local entrepreneurial firms like the Mountain family setting up recycling centres to turn waste into products for sale and reuse.


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