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Rutland council leader looks ahead to 2022

Rutland council leader looks ahead to 2022

Rutland council leader looks ahead to 2022

Oliver Hemsley, Rutland County Council leader (Con), shares his new year message.


'I am proud of how we came together in 2021'

'I am proud of how we came together in 2021'

'I am proud of how we came together in 2021'

Alicia Kearns, MP for Rutland (Con), shares her new year message.


'All hail the dancing demon of strategic planning, waste disposal and libraries'

'All hail the dancing demon of strategic planning, waste disposal and libraries'

'All hail the dancing demon of strategic planning, waste disposal and libraries'

Symbols of civic honour have brought a few giggles after an Amercian graphic designer shared his honest - and rather humorous - observations.


Babies have no place in Commons chamber says Rutland MP

Babies have no place in Commons chamber says Rutland MP

Babies have no place in Commons chamber says Rutland MP

The House of Commons chamber is “no place” for a baby, Tory MP Alicia Kearns has said.


'We don’t need to force you to get jabbed'

'We don’t need to force you to get jabbed'

'We don’t need to force you to get jabbed'

We all have our clear duty in the battle against Covid-19 and the new Omicron variant: get boosted.


MP makes stand against solar farm

MP makes stand against solar farm

MP makes stand against solar farm

A Conservative member of parliament has set out her opposition to the Mallard Pass solar farm.


Plan B: How did your MP vote?

Plan B: How did your MP vote?

Plan B: How did your MP vote?

MPs voted for Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan B to tackle the spread of Omicron but some rebelled - how did yours vote?


Rutland MP set to vote against vaccine passports

Rutland MP set to vote against vaccine passports

Rutland MP set to vote against vaccine passports

The MP for Rutland has revealed she plans to vote against vaccine passports in a House of Commons vote today.


Challenge of organising events is exacerbated by coronavirus - we cannot be complacent

Challenge of organising events is exacerbated by coronavirus - we cannot be complacent

Challenge of organising events is exacerbated by coronavirus - we cannot be complacent

Rutland County Council leader discusses Christmas in the coronavirus pandemic.


Government has acted quickly on new coronavirus variant Omicron

Government has acted quickly on new coronavirus variant Omicron

Government has acted quickly on new coronavirus variant Omicron

Rutland MP Alicia Kearns discusses vaccination effort in light of the Omicron variant.


£600,000 funding scheme will help reduce violence against women

£600,000 funding scheme will help reduce violence against women

£600,000 funding scheme will help reduce violence against women

A new fund to prevent crime and protect vulnerable people has been unveiled as a national campaign gets underway to reduce violence against women.


Group will work on new local plan

Group will work on new local plan

Group will work on new local plan

A cross-party working group of councillors has been formed to help develop a new local plan.


Second councillor quits Tory party

Second councillor quits Tory party

Second councillor quits Tory party

A second county councillor has announced that he is leaving the Conservative party.


We must make sure we remember the sacrifices that can never be repaid

We must make sure we remember the sacrifices that can never be repaid

We must make sure we remember the sacrifices that can never be repaid

Alicia Kearns MP for Rutland discusses the importance of Remembrance Day.


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