Protecting and funding our NHS

Our NHS is vitally important to all of us. We need more frontline investment so our local NHS services across Gedling are fit for purpose for patients and staff alike.

Last winter, we secured £2,000,000 for Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust to upgrade A&E facilities. I’ll keep fighting for Gedling’s fair share of the Government's £33,900,000,000 increase in NHS spending – so you and your family have access to the services you need to keep healthy.

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THOSE LIVING WITH DOWN SYNDROME WILL PLAY A KEY PART IN DEVELOPING NEW GUIDANCE

During Equalities Questions on Wednesday 30th March, Gedling’s Conservative Member of Parliament Tom Randall said “I very much welcome the passage of the Down Syndrome Bill through Parliament” and went on to ask the Equalities Minister to “commit to consulting people living with Down syndrome and

RANDALL’S ROUND-UP

Another busy week in Westminster and Gedling, where my work has included:

Answering questions from members of Redhill Academy's Politics Club

Discussing issues facing the NHS generally and pathology specifically with the President of the Royal College of Pathologists

RANDALL’S ROUND-UP

This week my work in Parliament and across Gedling has included:

Speaking in the House of Commons about making our elections more secure

Attending a briefing from the National Audit Office on Cabinet Office expenditure

Tom Randall MP joins huge thank you for St John

Gedling’s MP, Tom Randall, joined a Parliamentary event thanking St John Ambulance volunteers and employees for their extraordinary efforts during the coronavirus pandemic, on Wednesday September 8.

HIGHCROFT SURGERY

Many Arnold constituents have written to me about Highcroft Surgery and shared their concerns online. Following these reports, I have today had a meeting with Highcroft Surgery’s GP Partners and Gedling Borough Council’s Health and Wellbeing Board representative Cllr Henry Wheeler.