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'If this was a male issue it may have been medicated out of existence by now'

'If this was a male issue it may have been medicated out of existence by now'

'If this was a male issue it may have been medicated out of existence by now'

22 October 2021

Stortford MP Julie Marson joins call in House of Commons for better healthcare for menopausal women.


Local MPs mourn loss of murdered colleague Sir David Amess

Local MPs mourn loss of murdered colleague Sir David Amess

Local MPs mourn loss of murdered colleague Sir David Amess

20 October 2021

The four Tory MPs for Stortford, Uttlesford, Harlow and North East Herts will continue to serve constituents following colleague's brutal murder.


'A positive atmosphere and ambitious goals set at Conservative party conference'

'A positive atmosphere and ambitious goals set at Conservative party conference'

'A positive atmosphere and ambitious goals set at Conservative party conference'

14 October 2021

Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson on the Conservative party conference, Safer Streets Fund, Covid booster jabs and energy prices


Stortford MP: Panic-buying queues for petrol are a 'confected crisis'

Stortford MP: Panic-buying queues for petrol are a 'confected crisis'

Stortford MP: Panic-buying queues for petrol are a 'confected crisis'

30 September 2021

Julie Marson, MP for Hertford and Stortford, on the fuel crisis, Insulate Britain and knifepoint robbery at Budgens in Sawbridgeworth


Have your say on new political map for East Herts Council

Have your say on new political map for East Herts Council

Have your say on new political map for East Herts Council

28 September 2021

Local Government Boundary Commission for England wants to hear local views to help it draw up proposals for new ward boundaries.


Cabinet reshuffle: 'Boris Johnson has more expertise at his disposal'

Cabinet reshuffle: 'Boris Johnson has more expertise at his disposal'

Cabinet reshuffle: 'Boris Johnson has more expertise at his disposal'

16 September 2021

Tory insider, ex-MP, talkRADIO presenter, author and Stortford resident Nick de Bois says PM has created cabinet 'very much in his political image'


The former Tory MP in Stortford who's plotted Boris's demise

The former Tory MP in Stortford who's plotted Boris's demise

The former Tory MP in Stortford who's plotted Boris's demise

16 September 2021

Ex-Enfield North MP Nick de Bois's debut political thriller Fatal Ambition is set in the chaos of Westminster after the departure of Boris Johnson.


Uttlesford District Council appoints new chief executive

Uttlesford District Council appoints new chief executive

Uttlesford District Council appoints new chief executive

14 September 2021

Peter Holt replaces Dawn French and will take up his new post in early October.


Waste collections have bin delayed by driver shortage

Waste collections have bin delayed by driver shortage

Waste collections have bin delayed by driver shortage

10 September 2021

An East Herts Council spokeswoman said some bins may be emptied a day or two after their scheduled collection.


Stortford MP hails Boris Johnson's leadership on Afghanistan

Stortford MP hails Boris Johnson's leadership on Afghanistan

Stortford MP hails Boris Johnson's leadership on Afghanistan

08 September 2021

Julie Marson intervened as the Tory leader updated the House of Commons on “the biggest and fastest emergency evacuation in recent history”.


East Herts Extinction Rebellion activists join protest in London

East Herts Extinction Rebellion activists join protest in London

East Herts Extinction Rebellion activists join protest in London

08 September 2021

They were taking part in The Impossible Rebellion, a campaign to press the Government to stop all fossil fuel investment immediately.


MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

MP welcomes Virgin Media O2’s gigabit connection in Stortford and Sawbo

07 September 2021

The company is promising broadband speeds 20 times faster than the local average, with a mean download rate of 1,130Mbps.


New on-demand minibus service for East and North Herts

New on-demand minibus service for East and North Herts

New on-demand minibus service for East and North Herts

03 September 2021

HertsLynx launches Sunday September 19 serving villages and fixed destinations in seven key hub towns, including Bishop's Stortford.


Stortford MP 'particularly concerned about prospects for Afghan women and girls'

Stortford MP 'particularly concerned about prospects for Afghan women and girls'

Stortford MP 'particularly concerned about prospects for Afghan women and girls'

30 August 2021

Julie Marson's office working with Foreign Office and Home Office to try to help local people and their families stranded and at grave risk in Kabul


County councillors award grants to community causes

County councillors award grants to community causes

County councillors award grants to community causes

25 August 2021

Hertfordshire County Council's 78 members have £15,000 each to award to worthy causes this year.


Planning issues on the menu at Liberal Democrats' barbecue

Planning issues on the menu at Liberal Democrats' barbecue

Planning issues on the menu at Liberal Democrats' barbecue

25 August 2021

Cllr Chris Wilson, an East Herts Council member, said: "We are doing our best to represent residents at all the appropriate meetings."


Afghans fleeing Taliban arrive in Hertfordshire

Afghans fleeing Taliban arrive in Hertfordshire

Afghans fleeing Taliban arrive in Hertfordshire

25 August 2021

According to the county council, individuals and families are being housed in three hotels in the county.


MP calls on constituents to repay debt owed to Afghan refugees

MP calls on constituents to repay debt owed to Afghan refugees

MP calls on constituents to repay debt owed to Afghan refugees

24 August 2021

Julie Marson: "Our community has a big heart and I am sure we will show this to the people of Afghanistan."


Union urges Herts and Essex civilian police staff to reject pay freeze

Union urges Herts and Essex civilian police staff to reject pay freeze

Union urges Herts and Essex civilian police staff to reject pay freeze

23 August 2021

Police staff have seen wages go up 12.2% in the last decade while the cost of living has risen 27.6%.


Herts County Council promises welcome for Afghan refugees

Herts County Council promises welcome for Afghan refugees

Herts County Council promises welcome for Afghan refugees

20 August 2021

Leader Richard Roberts: "We'll do all we can to help those fleeing oppression and persecution find sanctuary and overcome the trauma they've faced."


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