It was confirmed last week that staff at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) have reduced the number of patients waiting more than a year and a half for surgery by a quarter in a month, despite the busiest winter ever for the health service.
Following the publication of the State of Brownfield Report, Gedling Member of Parliament, Tom Randall, has met report author Paul Miner from the Council for the Protection of Rural England to discuss the report and the opportunities for more brownfield development.
Last Friday, Tom Randall MP contributed to the debate on the Equipment Theft (Prevention) Bill in the House of Commons. If passed into law, this new Bill can help to deter, prevent and catch those who commit tool theft.
During Business Questions today, Gedling’s Conservative Member of Parliament Tom Randall said: “Gedling Borough residents are opening their council tax bills to find a letter, signed by the Leader and Deputy Leader, criticising the government, including that the borough has not received levelling
The Home Secretary has announced changes to the Ukraine Family Scheme visa. From Tuesday, Ukrainians with passports will no longer need to go to a visa application centre to give their biometrics before they come to the UK.
During Treasury Questions on Tuesday 1 February, Gedling’s Conservative Member of Parliament Tom Randall said “I recently visited Severn Trent in Gedling and they told me how impressed they were with the Kickstarters that the company had taken on.”
Speaking in Environment Questions on Thursday, Gedling’s Conservative Member of Parliament Tom Randall said “It has been said that the UK is one of the most significant plastic waste producers, producing 99 kilograms of plastic waste per person, compared to 88 kilograms in South Korea and 81 in G