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Following the works carried out since March 4th, the County Council has placed information about the implementation should it be needed on the Hants.gov.uk website. Essentially it explains that contraflow cones will be placed on the roads overnight, and the whole road will be closed with just a crossing at Orrs Meadow and I hope, […]

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Today Liberal Democrat Lords inflicted two significant Government defeats on a bill which could have allowed healthcare deals offering access to the NHS to be signed in return for trade deals. The two cross-party amendments, which restricted the application of the Bill to the EEA and Switzerland and also restricted the scope of the regulation making powers, were […]

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PM’s authority is in tatters…

by Jackie Porter on 13 March, 2019

Vince Cable says,’ PM’s authority is in tatters… we do not want a ‘friendless deal’. Responding to the large Government defeat in the House of Commons on the meaningful vote, Liberal Democrat Leader Vince Cable said: “The Prime Minister’s authority is in tatters while Brexit as a project is also in tatters. “We now need to […]

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There is a proposal to build an industrial incinerator/energy from waste plant at Barton Stacey. There is no planning application yet. As a National Infrastructure Project, it will be managed by the Govt Planning Inspectorate, but HCC will be a consultee. I understand it is likely to be proposed as an application late 2019/early 2020, […]

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The only way is to go back to the people…. Diabetes UK and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) have put out a joint press release on their concerns. They say: With just a matter of weeks between now and 29th March and, despite reaching out directly to the Department of Health and Social Care in […]

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On Saturday 9th of February, thousands people marched through Winchester to tell our MP that we wanted the country to have the final say on the Brexit deal- a People’s Vote. It was uplifting to see a much bigger crowd than we expected! The BBC report (including Sir Vince Cable’s quotes ) was  clear: there […]

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Can you get involved? Time to talk day: 7th February 2019

by Jackie Porter on 16 January, 2019

www.time-to-change.org.uk/get-involved/timetotalkday2019   Employers are encouraged to talk informally with staff , and all of us with people we know on Time to Talk Day on the 7th February. It’s a chance to talk about things that re worrying you, your mental as well as physical health and check that the wellbeing of staff and friends […]

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-46793341 In a bid to solve the ports problem if (and when)  Brexit export and import becomes problematical, the proposal to use the M3 between Winchester and Basingstoke has been proposed. A possible reason for using the M3? The main traffic flows down the E1- or the A34 as we know it. Putting the queue […]

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I would be interested to hear if the new plan would work for you and those you care about- please tell me- and tell your GP practice too! For a quick summary click here Simon Stevens, Chief Exec, announces:- The NHS Long Term Plan The NHS is one of Britain’s greatest achievements and for 70 […]

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Thanks to the Guardian for this article:- A Dutch approach to transforming old homes through a dramatic green makeover has arrived in the UK and cut tenants’ energy bills in half. Nottingham has become the first city council to pioneer the “Energiesprong” (energy leap) initiative, which has radically upgraded the energy efficiency of thousands of […]

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