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Grantham and Stamford

The Westminster Parliamentary constituency of Grantham and Stamford covers the towns Grantham[2] and Stamford in Lincolnshire with surrounding villages and includes the following wards of South Kesteven District Council:-

Aveland, Belmont, Bourne Austerby, Bourne East, Bourne West, Castle, Casewick, Dole Wood, Glen, Grantham Arnoldfield, Grantham Barrowby Gate, Grantham Earlesfield, Grantham Harrowby, Grantham Springfield, Grantham St Vincent, Grantham St Wulfram's, Isaac Newton, Lincrest, Morton, Stamford All Saints, Stamford St George's, Stamford St John's, Stamford St Mary's and Toller

Grantham and Stamford

South Holland and the Deepings

The Westminster Parliamentary constituency of South Holland and the Deepings covers the area around Spalding and roughly corresponds to the South Holland local government district, with Market, and West Deeping added to it. It includes the South Kesteven District Council wards of Deeping St James, and Market & West Deeping and the following wards of South Holland District Council:-

Crowland & Deeping St James, Donington, Quadring & Gosberton, Fleet, Gedney, Holbeach Hurn, Holbeach Town, Long Sutton, Moulton, Weston & Cowbit, Pinchbeck & Surfleet, Spalding Castle, Spalding Monkshouse, Spalding St John's, Spalding St Mary's, Spalding St Paul's, Spalding Wygate, Sutton Bridge, The Saints and Whaplode & Holbeach St John's

South Holland and the Deepings

Recent updates

  • Article: Feb 15, 2019
    By Claire Halliwell

    We all know the power of a good story.

    Storytelling is the oldest way of passing along information, in which facts can be shared but we also know it is also one of the most powerful for sharing our messages.

    That's why we want yours.

    We want to share your story to help us win the fight for an Exit from Brexit.

  • Article: Feb 14, 2019

    Tonight in Parliament, the Conservatives kicked the can down the road yet again.

    As the Brexit deadline looms ever larger, Parliament is still gridlocked - and there's no sign of anything changing soon.

    For two years, Theresa May's Conservatives have made an absolute mess of Brexit - and Corbyn's Labour have been right there with them - letting them off the hook.

    Only the Liberal Democrats are fighting, day in and day out, to stop this catastrophe.

    We still have time to stop Brexit - and we need to make our campaign even stronger in the next few weeks.

    Together, we've defeated the Government in Parliament 24 times; we've built public support for a People's Vote and we've led the campaign against Brexit on doorsteps across Britain.

    We are making a difference - and it's still all to play for. Will you donate to help us keep fighting to stop Brexit?

  • Article: Feb 14, 2019

    In Hull last May we confounded expectations and swelled our councillor numbers on the Guildhall benches from 17 to 24 - winning seats off Labour heavy-weights right across our City.

    Forlorn looking faces of Labour councillors and candidates stood looking shell-shocked around the count tables as ballot papers tipped out of the boxes - their Council majority has been slashed to just five. They could not comprehend what had happened.

  • Article: Feb 13, 2019

    Brexit latest

    Westminster is in a strange state of lassitude. We know there is a massive Brexit storm ahead; but nothing much is happening. Theresa May's statement to the Commons yesterday was largely an exercise in repetition, including the ludicrous assertion that we might 'accidentally' leave the European Union without a deal.

  • Article: Feb 12, 2019

    Last week a Private Members' Bill aimed at protecting young girls from female genital mutilation was brought to the Commons.

    The bill would clear up a loophole in the law. Currently, female genital mutilation doesn't count as one of the conditions for a temporary care order to be issued. This means it's harder to get at-risk girls away from families looking to mutilate their own children.

  • Article: Feb 11, 2019

    Tomorrow sees two parliamentary bills become law.

    Two bills that the Liberal Democrats have been fighting on, to improve the lives of those living in Britain.

    Upskirting

    Back in June last year, my Private Members' Bill making upskirting a specific criminal offence was kicked out of Parliament by a Tory dinosaur - for no good reason. But we didn't give up.

  • Article: Feb 11, 2019

    Despite telling Labour conference he would pursue a People's Vote if he could not secure a General Election, Jeremy Corbyn is now offering support for Theresa May's Brexit.

    His support is coming at the cost of people's jobs, our NHS and the environment - he's just missing in action. We've had enough.

  • Article: Feb 9, 2019

    4 February 2019

    Dear Editor

    I write in response to a letter from Cllr Gordon Brown in last week's Rutland Mercury. Cllr Brown is correct when he says the site at St George's Barracks needs to be included within the Local Plan, and that a planning application will have to be made and planning granted before development can take place. He is also correct that the site, because it has been developed by the MoD in the past, is a brownfield site and therefore there is not the barrier to new development that there would be on a greenfield site. However he is being disingenuous to suggest that the bid for Homes Infrastructure Fund (HIF) money is not "tantamount to waving through a development" at St George's.

  • Article: Feb 9, 2019
    By Norman Lamb

    When the Liberal Democrats were in Government, I had the privilege of being Minister of State for Care and Support at the Department of Health. As Health Minister I worked to ensure that mental health was treated with the same priority as physical health, introducing the first ever access and waiting time standards for mental health. We also secured more money for children and young people's mental health services.

  • Article: Feb 7, 2019

    I am pleased to announce today our new spokespeople who will speak out on the most important issues we face in Britain today.

    While Parliament is consumed by Brexit, we need to remember that people are also affected by a whole host of other challenges.

    We will continue to speak up for them as we continue our fight for the public to have a say on the Brexit deal with a People's Vote.