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Hertford and Stortford constituency has returned a Conservative MP since it was created in 1983

Hertford and Stortford constituency has returned a Conservative MP since it was created in 1983

Hertford and Stortford constituency has returned a Conservative MP since it was created in 1983

23 May 2024

When Hertford and Stortford voters head to polling stations on Thursday, July 4, the constituency’s boundaries will have changed since 2019.


Lib Dems confirm their candidate to be Bishop’s Stortford’s next MP

Lib Dems confirm their candidate to be Bishop’s Stortford’s next MP

Lib Dems confirm their candidate to be Bishop’s Stortford’s next MP

23 May 2024

Helen Campbell, a Hertfordshire county councillor for St Albans North, was picked as the party’s contender 15 months ago.


East Herts’ Green leader believes his party can win Hertford and Stortford

East Herts’ Green leader believes his party can win Hertford and Stortford

East Herts’ Green leader believes his party can win Hertford and Stortford

23 May 2024

Cllr Ben Crystall says unseating Conservative Julie Marson in the July 4 General Election is “a real possibility”.


Herts County Council marks 50th anniversary of its first meeting

Herts County Council marks 50th anniversary of its first meeting

Herts County Council marks 50th anniversary of its first meeting

23 May 2024

Historical artefacts curated by Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies marked the changes which followed the Local Government Act.


Prime Minister Rishi Sunak calls General Election for Thursday July 4

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak calls General Election for Thursday July 4

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak calls General Election for Thursday July 4

22 May 2024

He made the announcement outside 10 Downing Street at 5pm Wednesday – more than six months before the latest possible date an election could be held.


Local Lib Dems slam Govt for ‘pushing families to brink’ over mortgage bills

Local Lib Dems slam Govt for ‘pushing families to brink’ over mortgage bills

Local Lib Dems slam Govt for ‘pushing families to brink’ over mortgage bills

22 May 2024

Hertford & Stortford constituency party says 17.4% of households in district remortgaged in 2023, resulting in average additional monthly hit of £292.


Uttlesford ‘Bingate’ cost council tax payers £75,000, report reveals

Uttlesford ‘Bingate’ cost council tax payers £75,000, report reveals

Uttlesford ‘Bingate’ cost council tax payers £75,000, report reveals

21 May 2024

An in-house report revealed “significant failures” and “human error” were to blame for the fiasco, which saw rubbish piling up on the streets.


Year of fun in store as Reece takes on role of Sawbridgeworth mayor

Year of fun in store as Reece takes on role of Sawbridgeworth mayor

Year of fun in store as Reece takes on role of Sawbridgeworth mayor

21 May 2024

Father-of-two Reece Smith said when elected to the role on Monday that he had been inspired by previous mayors Greg Rattey and Ruth Buckmaster.


Second successive term for Richard as mayor of Bishop’s Stortford

Second successive term for Richard as mayor of Bishop’s Stortford

Second successive term for Richard as mayor of Bishop’s Stortford

17 May 2024

First elected as the town’s civic leader a year ago, Cllr Richard Townsend will hold office until May 2025 following a vote at a town council meeting.


NHS boss pushes back completion date for new hospital by up to two years

NHS boss pushes back completion date for new hospital by up to two years

NHS boss pushes back completion date for new hospital by up to two years

17 May 2024

Michael Meredith told the Indie he now expected new PAH to be “up and running by 2032 at the latest” –two years later than previous target.


‘Britain and allies have clear choice: support Ukraine and improve our defences or risk far greater war’

‘Britain and allies have clear choice: support Ukraine and improve our defences or risk far greater war’

‘Britain and allies have clear choice: support Ukraine and improve our defences or risk far greater war’

11 May 2024

Julie Marson, Conservative MP for Hertford and Stortford and her party’s candidate at the next election, writes…


‘It’s unacceptable a private soldier is paid less than an Amazon worker’

‘It’s unacceptable a private soldier is paid less than an Amazon worker’

‘It’s unacceptable a private soldier is paid less than an Amazon worker’

11 May 2024

Dr John Burmicz, Reform UK candidate for Hertford and Stortford and a former mayor of Sawbridgeworth, writes…


‘I’ve been campaigning for urgent intervention to improve our water quality’

‘I’ve been campaigning for urgent intervention to improve our water quality’

‘I’ve been campaigning for urgent intervention to improve our water quality’

11 May 2024

Cllr Nick Cox, Green Party candidate for Hertford & Stortford and a member of East Herts district and Stanstead St Margarets parish councils, writes


‘Our mission to fix railways for benefit of passengers and taxpayers’

‘Our mission to fix railways for benefit of passengers and taxpayers’

‘Our mission to fix railways for benefit of passengers and taxpayers’

11 May 2024

Cllr Josh Dean, Labour candidate for Hertford and Stortford and a member of Hertford Town Council, writes…


‘Teachers deserve more respect from the Government and wider society’

‘Teachers deserve more respect from the Government and wider society’

‘Teachers deserve more respect from the Government and wider society’

11 May 2024

Cllr Helen Campbell, Liberal Democrat candidate for Hertford and Stortford and a Herts county councillor for St Albans, writes…


East Herts Council to review ditching the current cabinet and “strong leader” set-up

East Herts Council to review ditching the current cabinet and “strong leader” set-up

East Herts Council to review ditching the current cabinet and “strong leader” set-up

09 May 2024

The administration - a power-sharing agreement between the Greens and Lib Dems - wants to restore decision-making by consensus.


Lib Dem duo urge town and district councillors to back night flight limit at Stansted

Lib Dem duo urge town and district councillors to back night flight limit at Stansted

Lib Dem duo urge town and district councillors to back night flight limit at Stansted

08 May 2024

The Government is consulting on future limits; currently, there is a cap of 13,700 movements a year at Stansted between 11.30pm and 6am.


Herts’ only Lib Dem MP demands General Election now

Herts’ only Lib Dem MP demands General Election now

Herts’ only Lib Dem MP demands General Election now

06 May 2024

Deputy leader Daisy Cooper said: “We’ve been hearing for months now that people are just sick to the back teeth of this Conservative Government.”


Herts’ new PCC: ‘Where Tories have done well, it’s because they have a really clear offer to people’

Herts’ new PCC: ‘Where Tories have done well, it’s because they have a really clear offer to people’

Herts’ new PCC: ‘Where Tories have done well, it’s because they have a really clear offer to people’

06 May 2024

Lib Dem runner-up: “Tories had a strong majority and dropped 12 percentage points… that provides us with a really exciting opportunity next time.”


Herts voters elect another Tory as their Police and Crime Commissioner

Herts voters elect another Tory as their Police and Crime Commissioner

Herts voters elect another Tory as their Police and Crime Commissioner

06 May 2024

Jonathan Ash-Edwards got 93,658 votes, the Lib Dem 68,264, Labour 66,585 and the Green Party fourth of the four candidates with 26,714.


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