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Councils won't go bankrupt as a result of Covid-19

Councils won't go bankrupt as a result of Covid-19

Councils won't go bankrupt as a result of Covid-19

Lincolnshire County Council and Rutland County Council will use their reserves to meet a funding shortfall rather than declare themselves bankrupt.


'I remain committed to standing up for our farmers and all our businesses'

'I remain committed to standing up for our farmers and all our businesses'

'I remain committed to standing up for our farmers and all our businesses'

In her latest column, MP Alicia Kearns talks about the future of the farming industry and anti-racism protests

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'We have made considerable progress but our fight against Covid is not over'

'We have made considerable progress but our fight against Covid is not over'

'We have made considerable progress but our fight against Covid is not over'

In her latest column, Alicia Kearns MP talks about the progress made and work still to do in the fight against coronavirus.


Easing of lockdown means chief executive can retire

Easing of lockdown means chief executive can retire

Easing of lockdown means chief executive can retire

The chief executive of Rutland County Council has today confirmed when she will retire from office.


MP speaks out on Dominic Cummings

MP speaks out on Dominic Cummings

MP speaks out on Dominic Cummings

Rutland's MP has shared her thoughts on the actions of Dominic Cummings


'We’re making progress in our battle to defeat Covid-19'

'We’re making progress in our battle to defeat Covid-19'

'We’re making progress in our battle to defeat Covid-19'

Rutland MP Alicia Kearns writes about the country's rapidly developing diagnostics industry.


'Huge disappointment' over Red Arrows decision

'Huge disappointment' over Red Arrows decision

'Huge disappointment' over Red Arrows decision

A local MP has expressed 'huge disappointment' about the Ministry of Defence's decision to relocate the country's most famous aerobatic display team.


It's more important than ever to stay alert to the threat of Covid-19

It's more important than ever to stay alert to the threat of Covid-19

It's more important than ever to stay alert to the threat of Covid-19

Rutland MP Alicia Kearns reflects on the last week in her column


'Rutland is not ready to welcome visitors back yet'

'Rutland is not ready to welcome visitors back yet'

'Rutland is not ready to welcome visitors back yet'

The leader of Rutland County Council has concerns that changes to England’s Covid-19 restrictions could result in more people visiting Rutland.


This is what new Government guidance says on face coverings, travel, schools, shopping and weddings

This is what new Government guidance says on face coverings, travel, schools, shopping and weddings

This is what new Government guidance says on face coverings, travel, schools, shopping and weddings

A Government document has today given more details on the Government's 'road map' out of lockdown


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