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MP Update – 28th May

NEWS AND COMMENT FROM CHRIS LESLIE MP – Saturday 28th May 2016 (for more news also see my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/chrislesliemp) Do you run or work in a small company? Does the government really understand how business works? This is a question being asked by hundreds of small firms in Nottingham as we near one of the most significant regulatory changes that could add... Read More
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MP Update – 21st May

NEWS AND COMMENT FROM CHRIS LESLIE MP – Saturday 21st May 2016 (for more news also see my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/chrislesliemp ) With just five weeks to go until the EU Referendum, it was great to have the ‘Labour In’ campaign bus visiting Nottingham this week. Our trade with the EU brings significant benefits to Nottingham. Treasury officials calculate that the hit to our... Read More
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MP Update – 14th May

NEWS AND COMMENT FROM CHRIS LESLIE MP – Saturday 14th May 2016 (for more news also see my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/chrislesliemp ) This week’s inspection report on East Midlands Ambulance Service is, unfortunately, quite damning. While the Care Quality Commission’s report finds that the staff are both ‘exceptionally caring’ and ‘hard-working’, overall they say that the system is clearly struggling. The Trust is finding... Read More
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MP Update – 8th May

NEWS AND COMMENT FROM CHRIS LESLIE MP –  Sunday 8th May 2016 (for more news also see my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/chrislesliemp ) I’m delighted that Paddy Tipping has been re-elected as the Police & Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire following a strong record fighting for local police visibility and trying to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour across the whole of the county. It was great... Read More
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MP Update – 1st May

NEWS AND COMMENT FROM CHRIS LESLIE MP – Sunday 1st May 2016 (for more news also see my Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/chrislesliemp ) The big vote in Parliament this week came on the question of child refugees stranded across Europe. The Government’s Immigration Bill came back from the House of Lords where Peers had tried to temper the legislation with amendments that would have had... Read More
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