Liberal Democrats say they are the only party for people wanting to put a stop to Brexit. Following the news that a general election will be held on 12 December, the Liberal Democrats have made their position clear.
They are now urging people in Beverley& Holderness to back them if they want to put a stop to the fiasco that is Brexit.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, says hard-working families and businesses across the area will benefit from a range of measures put in place by the Government for the new financial year.
Graham said a series of tax cuts, wage rises, pension increases and duty freezes – first announced in November’s Budget – will ease pressure on tight household budgets and encourage investment in the local economy.
MP Graham Stuart has welcomed news that NHS England has provided funds to the Clinical Commissioning Group to improve access to GP services by making more appointments available outside of normal opening hours.
Mr. Stuart says he often receives complaints from constituents that GP care is not currently available during the evenings and over the weekends.
Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, is stepping up his campaign to raise awareness and improve the availability of Public Access Defibrillators (PADs).
The local MP is bringing together the emergency services, local fundraisers and council representatives at a conference on Friday 13 October that will drive a new strategy for community defibrillators.
Councillor Denis Healy has launched a consultation with people living on the site of the former Westwood Hospital.
The consultation has come about after some local residents contacted him calling for a Controlled Parking Zone to stop members of the public from parking outside their houses and restricting access for residents.