Lagoon Hull has been described as the region’s most ambitious scheme in recent years, with the capability to change the Humber region’s future and as the proposal’s development continues, the team behind the £1.5 billion idea have received yet more good news about the project’s viability.
The Liberal Democrats have seen of the Conservatives as they held onto a seat in the Beverley Town Council By-Election.
A high turn out of just under 30pc saw the Liberal Democrats comfortably win the seat with a majority of 146. As a result of the poll, David Tucker was elected in the St Mary’s East.
Rail fare rises will put people off using trains. That is the view of the Labour Party Parliamentary candidate Chloe Hopkins.
News that train users will be hit by a fare increase of 2.7% in the new year is not going down well with train users.
Chloe Hopkins, The Labour Party candidate in Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed Labour’s Pledge of Compensation to 1950s Born Women Hit by State Pension Age Rises
The Labour Party has announced that in government it will introduce a scheme of weekly payments to compensate the 1950s born women who were unjustly hit by the Tories’ State Pension rise.
Candidates Standing In Beverley & Holderness for the upcoming general election have been confirmed.
In all, there are five parties looking to win the support of residents in Beverley & Holderness and win a seat currently held by the Conservative Party.
Campaigners in Beverley and Holderness today welcomed Labour Party plans to rescue our National Health Service with a £40 billion extra cash boost for the NHS.
Under these plans, cash would include funding for 5,000 more GPs and 28,000 extra nurses, midwives and also health visitors.
Labour Parliamentary Candidate Chloe Hopkins has officially launched her campaign. Standing in Beverley & Holderness, Ms Hopkins will contest a seat currently held by Conservatives.
Members of the local Labour Party and also Emma Hardy, who is also looking to be re-elected offered their support.
Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate Denis Healy says Brexit has become a national embarrassment.
Mr Healy, who is standing in the 2019 General Election on 12 December wants to see Brexit stopped. He also feels his party are offering a voter’s real way to the UK exiting the EU.
Chloe Hopkins has been selected as Labour’s candidate for the Beverley and Holderness constituency. She will now stand in the general election 2019 that will be held next month.
Ms Hopkins was confirmed as the candidate by the local Labour Party. She said she is proud to have been selected.
A dramatic decline in insects in Europe has been recorded over the last few decades. Every study has shown falls in numbers, for example, recent research in more than 60 protected areas in Germany, showed flying insects have declined by more than 75% over almost 30 years. The same pattern can be found across the globe virtually wherever studies are undertaken.
New figures revealed by the Labour Party suggest that 45,198 over-75s living with dementia in Yorkshire & Humberside could lose their free TV licence next year.
Maintaining free TV licences for over-75s was a 2017 Conservative Party Manifesto Commitment, yet universal free TV licences for over 75s are being scrapped from next year.
Emma Hardy MP has spoken with the charity Guide Dogs at the Labour Party conference.
The MP spoke about the challenges that blind and partially sighted people face when walking the streets. Some of the issues faced include pavement parking, street clutter and shared spaces.
Campaigners supporting the National Living Wage campaign have congratulated Beverley holiday homes manufacturer ABI.
Supporters of the National Living Wag say that ABI is already seeing the benefits. They say that as a result of their stance it has helped them secure a contract worth £600,000.
Local Labour Party members say they are feeling optimistic about winning all three seats in Minster and Woodmansey.
Candidates Ann Willis, George McManus and Claire Wildey have been out door knocking ahead of the election on Thursday 2 May.
What should you be looking for when you go to the polls on May 2 to vote in the local elections?
This is a question many of us will ask ourselves over the coming days. Polling cards are already being issued and the candidates are out looking for your support.
Labour Party members have officially launched their campaign for the 2019 local elections calling for ERYC to put ‘I Before E’.
Over sixty candidates were outside County Hall in Beverley as the party fielding the most candidates in the election made their voices heard.
Police And Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter has been out on patrol with members of the local Labour Party.
Mr Hunter says he joined Labour Party members so he could learn more about the issues residents in Beverley are facing.
Local elections are just weeks away giving residents in the East Riding a chance to influence and shape their futures.
In there will be 67 seats up for grabs in the County Elections while there will be 168 Parish Council seats contested.