New Urgent & Emergency Care Centre to open at QMC after £4.5m investment

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A new Urgent and Emergency Care Centre, including our new Adult Emergency Department entrance, will open at Queen’s Medical Centre on the morning of Tuesday 18 December 2018. This is the most significant development for urgent and emergency care at Nottingham’s hospitals in 15 years, and aims to further improve patient and staff experience and […]

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December 22, 2018

Inspector Simon Riley’s Blog: December 2018

Well, it’s almost here! Christmas is almost upon us and as usual, I am sat here wondering where the past 12 months has gone. It’s been a challenging year for me, both on a personal and a professional level, but nevertheless a fulfilling one. I am now looking forward to the next 12 months with […]

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December 21, 2018

Greg Marshall Newsletter December 2018

Welcome to my latest newsletter. If you have friends, relatives or colleagues who you think may be interested in receiving this communication, please ask them to sign up here. If you have events that you would like me to include in future newsletters – please get in touch with the details. Small Business Saturday    […]

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December 8, 2018

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Anna Soubry, I’m Not Buying It

Anna Soubry Europe

In her latest major statement on the Tory orchestrated mess that is Brexit, my constituency opponent Anna Soubry has told the Guardian: ‘This will be the biggest mistake our country has ever made. The young will never forgive my party’.  She blames Conservative Brexiteers, UKIP activists and the Labour leadership for the chaos.  But she […]

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November 15, 2018

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A Few Thoughts about Yemen

Yemen Children

Would you put Yemen at the top of your list of tourist destinations? It should be, were it not for the conflict that is dragging on. The old part of the capital city, Sana’a is a network of beautiful square gingerbread houses complete with white icing decoration and coloured glass qamariya in the windows. Steep […]

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November 12, 2018

Inspector Simon Riley’s Blog: October 2018

  Autumn is now well underway, with the usual myriad of different coloured trees all shedding their leaves and leaving the ubiquitous annual carpet of dead leaves across the floor everywhere. The final fling of the warm, summer weather now definitely appears to be over and with the clocks going back an hour this coming […]

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October 29, 2018

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Greg Marshall Newsletter October 2018

Welcome to my latest newsletter. If you have friends, relatives or colleagues who you think may be interested in receiving this communication, please ask them to sign up here. If you have events that you would like me to include in future newsletters – please get in touch with the details. Tories sell-off Broxtowe’s ‘family […]

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October 28, 2018

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Greg Marshall Newsletter September 2018

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Welcome to my latest newsletter. If you have friends, relatives or colleagues who you think may be interested in receiving this communication, please ask them to sign up here. If you have events that you would like me to include in future newsletters – please get in touch with the details. Labour means business in […]

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September 25, 2018

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Carillion: Crawling from the Wreckage

Carillion

Tonight, Channel 4’s Dispatches is airing ‘How to Lose Seven Billion Pounds’ in which economist Liam Halligan unfolds the story of Carillion, the vast British company that was built on billions of pounds of public money and that imploded in January 2018. Its demise had a massive impact on the NHS in particular. Earlier this […]

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August 21, 2018

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