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Radio 4 debate in ‘pretty’ hall

Radio 4 debate in ‘pretty’ hall

Radio 4 debate in ‘pretty’ hall

‘Blackmail,’ food banks, Covid restrictions and Ukraine were all debated in a BBC show broadcast from a village hall.


Why it is so important that you ‘Buy British’

Why it is so important that you ‘Buy British’

Why it is so important that you ‘Buy British’

This week's Word on the Ground column is written by NFU South Holland branch group secretary Andrew Cross.


'Celebrating Burns reminds me of our cherished union'

'Celebrating Burns reminds me of our cherished union'

'Celebrating Burns reminds me of our cherished union'

MP Sir Johns Hayes writes his weekly Hayes in the House column.

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Tories say 'wait for inquiry results' as 85% don't have faith in the PM

Tories say 'wait for inquiry results' as 85% don't have faith in the PM

Tories say 'wait for inquiry results' as 85% don't have faith in the PM

Senior Conservatives are calling on people to wait for the results of an inquiry after a survey showed confidence in the Prime Minister has fallen.


Markets cost £800k but have wider value

Markets cost £800k but have wider value

Markets cost £800k but have wider value

Markets cost more than £800,000 to run over a four year period - but help to bring people into town centres say traders.

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Stroke service changes opposed

Stroke service changes opposed

Stroke service changes opposed

Plans to shake-up stroke services in Lincolnshire have not been supported by councillors.


NHS dentistry 'hanging by a thread'

NHS dentistry 'hanging by a thread'

NHS dentistry 'hanging by a thread'

Unions have warned NHS dentistry is “hanging by a thread” with some patients facing two-year waits for check-ups.


Public toilets work gets under way

Public toilets work gets under way

Public toilets work gets under way

Council bosses have begun a programme of repairs for the district's public toilets.

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'We don't fear a Lincolnshire mayor'

'We don't fear a Lincolnshire mayor'

'We don't fear a Lincolnshire mayor'

A major shakeup of local politics - including a new mayor for Lincolnshire - could be good for South Holland, according to the district leader.

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Will the Government see reason over road cash cuts?

Will the Government see reason over road cash cuts?

Will the Government see reason over road cash cuts?

Highways chiefs are waiting to hear whether they have successfully persuaded the Government to reverse big budget cuts.

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Do you still have faith in the Prime Minister?

Do you still have faith in the Prime Minister?

Do you still have faith in the Prime Minister?

As South Holland and the Deepings is traditionally a Conservative seat, we would like to know how you feel about Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

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Precept to rise but council has big plans

Precept to rise but council has big plans

Precept to rise but council has big plans

A parish council has agreed to increase its share of the council tax.

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Mirror could make bend safe

Mirror could make bend safe

Mirror could make bend safe

Here is a full report from the recent Moulton Parish Council meeting.


'We all want better roads'

'We all want better roads'

'We all want better roads'

MP Sir John Hayes writes his weekly Hayes in the House column.

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