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I see that our Mel has been busy, she has written an excellent article in the Guardian, 'Homelessness is not inevitable'-it is a choice made by the UK Government.

http://www.theguardian.com/housing-network/2017/sep/13/homelessness-not-inevitable-political-choice-government?CMP=share_btn_tw

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Excellent article by "our Mel"

I see that our Mel has been busy, she has written an excellent article in the Guardian, 'Homelessness is not inevitable'-it is a choice made by the UK Government. http://www.theguardian.com/housing-network/2017/sep/13/homelessness-not-inevitable-political-choice-government?CMP=share_btn_tw  Copy...

According to official figures, the average time it takes the Council to fix a lampost is 1.14 days and in July they fixed 29 faults!

pretty good I would say!

more good news

According to official figures, the average time it takes the Council to fix a lampost is 1.14 days and in July they fixed 29 faults! pretty good I would say!...

There was a scrutiny panel of the council this week and some of the KPI's reported are fantastic good news stories that are worth noting:-

Cumulative inward investment is £446.7 million with the rolling year to date standing at £47 million!

Wow that's brilliant news for the area! and there is more good news:-

Cumulative jobs created by wider regeneration projects is 4943 with the rolling year to date of 415 jobs.

Well done to the Labour Council, the people of North East Lincs will surely celebrate the news.

What the Grimsby Telegraph doesn't report!

There was a scrutiny panel of the council this week and some of the KPI's reported are fantastic good news stories that are worth noting:- Cumulative inward investment is £446.7... Read more

Is the Government on the slippery road to opposition? With the news that the motion to lift the NHS wages cap went unchallenged, how can they cling on to power for  the short term,never mind a full parliament. Will the DUP grow into their kingmaker roll? This is the question we should be asking, as they grow in confidence, will their demands grow too?

Simply Labour

Is the Government on the slippery road to opposition? With the news that the motion to lift the NHS wages cap went unchallenged, how can they cling on to power... Read more

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