The Ministry of Justice’s proposals on the provisions of local courts and tribunals carries three core principles; access to justice, delivering value for money and providing efficiency in the long term.
This week I had the pleasure of visiting another of my constituency’s GP surgeries: Stowhealth. Having recently received an Outstanding rating from the CQC I was keen to see how this large busy practice is coping with ever increasing demand.
On the 11th September the second reading of Rob Marris’ Assisted Dying Bill took place in the Commons. This was not so much a matter of party politics but of conscience and as such was a free vote. The debate was conducted with respect and courtesy.
There is a saying that “the secret to good business is to know something that nobody else knows”. To the 30 million people who visit Suffolk every year, the secret is out: Suffolk is a great place to holiday.