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  • Article: Sep 3, 2020

    The Liberal Democrats have introduced a Bill calling on the Government to offer indefinite leave to remain to foreign nationals currently working in the health and social care sectors.

    Home Affairs Spokesperson Christine Jardine, who is moving the Ten Minute Rule Bill, has warned it is unacceptable that people who put their lives on the line during Covid-19 should not be welcome to stay.

    The Liberal Democrats have secured cross-party support from Labour, Conservative, SNP, Green, Plaid, DUP and Alliance MPs.

    Ahead of the Bill's reading on Tuesday (1st Sept), Ms Jardine said:

    "Foreign nationals in the NHS have been on the frontline in protecting us from Covid-19, putting themselves at risk and in many cases paying the ultimate price.

    "Their skills have been vital to all of us throughout this crisis. The least we can do now is to offer them the opportunity to stay and the security of knowing what their future holds.

    "I'm delighted that so many MPs from across Parliament are supporting this initiative to support those who have done, and will continue to do, so much for this country."

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    Article: Aug 30, 2020

    Bucknell Stores shut up shop on Saturday having had to cope with repeated flooding over the last two years. Sam & Lee Taylor & family, who have run the shop for the past four years received a bouquet of flowers from a grateful community.

    Responding to the repeated flooding in Bucknell, Shropshire Councillor for the Bucknell area, Nigel Hartin said:

  • Article: Aug 21, 2020

    Road Closure from 21st September

    Between North Rowans and Wood Leasows (north of Rowley and Upper House Farm.)

    These Western Power works will connect two isolated sections of network and greatly improve the reliability of electricity supplies from North Rowans and Wood Leasows in the events of faults and planned works.

  • Article: Aug 21, 2020

    Shropshire has been hit by a whole string of road repairs with little or no warning to communities. I some cases, not even the section of Shropshire Council which issues road repair permits knew they were going to happen.

    Nigel Hartin, Shropshire Councillor for Clun, said: "Due largely to the chaotic relationship between Shropshire Council and the roads contractor KIER, an increasing number of road repairs are occurring at the 'drop of a hat' giving little of no warning to communities that road disruption is going to take place.

  • Article: Aug 20, 2020

    Some great news to report - SpArC leisure centre and swimming pool will reopen on Monday 24th August.

    You can see some of the changes and how things will be different in the video link below.


    It is hoped that the theatre will follow shortly, a lot of work is going on behind the scenes on this , excuse the pun!