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Brand-new NHS centre on the way

Building work has now begun on the first phase of a brand-new NHS facility in the centre of Longton, which will provide a range of GP, pharmacy and walk-in services when it is completed next year.

 

Jack raises English Channel migration concerns

Jack has written to Chris Philp MP, the Minister for Immigration Compliance, to raise his constituents' concerns about the amount of people being illegally smuggled across the English Channel.  The full text of the letter can be found here:

 

Dear Chris,

 

Personally Speaking: Buy British to kickstart recovery

Since my last column, the country has begun to come out of the Coronavirus lockdown.  Last Saturday saw pubs, cafes and restaurants reopen; a symbolic step forwards, but not the end.  Indeed, there was never going to be a single dramatic moment in which our lives go back to normal.  The reopening

Personally Speaking: Upholding our values

As I write this column, it strikes me that for the first time in months, the main recurring story in the news is not only related to the Coronavirus outbreak.  Whatever your view, it is undeniable that the death of George Floyd, and the resulting Black Lives Matter protests around the world have

Stoke-on-Trent charities receive £130,000 to help the homeless

Local charities and politicians have welcomed the Government’s announcement this weekend of £130,000 to help support charities working with homeless people in Stoke-on-Trent.

 

Three charities working in the city will receive the following amounts: