In a letter to Paula Vennells, the new Chief Executive of Post Office Ltd, Jo Churchill MP highlights the loss of local services across her constituency and the impact this has on residents reliant upon such services.
The Department of Health and Social Care will make £100,000 of funds available to accident and rescue charities, like Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) to meet the costs of normally irrecoverable VAT on goods and services.
The Summit held “robust discussions” around the 92% broadband coverage already available across Suffolk and the challenges to delivering both broadband and mobile connectivity to the remaining premises.
Jo Churchill MP has called for “Suffolk solutions” to the “chronic case” of poor broadband connectivity. Mrs Churchill wants to see a “Bury and beyond” strategy developed using innovative, local measures to “bring us into the twenty-first century.”
When I write to my constituents turning eighteen years of age, I always present to them the choice to exercise their right to vote. It is always a choice, but it is the responsibility of voting which I feel is important to communicate.