As reported by the Hull Daily Mail ‘Tougher action’ to tackle landfill stink Long-suffering residents have been assured tougher action will be taken to stop the stink from a Gilberdyke tip. The Environment Agency has said enforcement notices sent to City Plant Ltd have not brought about the improvements required. Residents had been given assurances […]
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As reported in the Hull Daily Mail: Appeal to build six turbines is knocked back Campaigners against a proposed East Yorkshire wind farm are celebrating after an appeal to build six turbines near Spaldington was refused. RWE Innogy UK’s appeal to build the wind turbines at Welham Bridge has been refused by the Secretary of […]
David Davis MP attended an event in Parliament to support Dyspraxia Awareness Week. At the event Mr Davis met with constituent, and vice chair of the Dyspraxia Foundation, Gill Dixon along with her son Joseph who has severe dyspraxia and dyslexia. The event, hosted by the Dyspraxia Foundation, launched the results of a new survey […]
As reported by The Hull Daily Mail; “Haltemprice and Howden MP David Davis is encouraging people to take action to lower their energy bills and keep their home warm during the winter. The advice from the Department of Energy and Climate Change encourages people to check if they could get a better deal on their […]
As published in The Daily Mail: Immigration to be red line issue in EU talks, says PM: Cameron insists he will set out ‘all those issues’ that will form basis of British demands over coming months The Prime Minister told MPs yesterday that he plans to set out ‘all those issues’ that will form the […]
As reported by the Press Association Warning Over Antibiotics Resistance A global network needs to be created to fund global antibiotic discovery to combat the threat of antimicrobial resistance, a Conservative MP has warned. Julian Sturdy said inaction was “simply not an option” as antibiotic resistance was already changing clinical practices in the UK. The […]