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Labour names its youngest candidate to stand against Kemi Badenoch

Labour names its youngest candidate to stand against Kemi Badenoch

Labour names its youngest candidate to stand against Kemi Badenoch

27 March 2024

Issy Waite, 21, a student activist from Suffolk, is Labour’s choice to stand in North West Essex against Tory MP Badenoch at next General Election.


Harlow MP quits as minister as he confirms he will not stand in General Election

Harlow MP quits as minister as he confirms he will not stand in General Election

Harlow MP quits as minister as he confirms he will not stand in General Election

26 March 2024

Robert Halfon is the 63rd Conservative MP to stand down amid fears the number could hit three figures.


Green candidate to be next Stortford MP pooh-poohs Thames’ pollution record

Green candidate to be next Stortford MP pooh-poohs Thames’ pollution record

Green candidate to be next Stortford MP pooh-poohs Thames’ pollution record

25 March 2024

Cllr Nick Cox, a member of East Herts Council, criticised Conservative Julie Marson’s parliamentary voting record on pollution.


Passport fees set to rise within weeks

Passport fees set to rise within weeks

Passport fees set to rise within weeks

22 March 2024

Holidaymakers and other travellers without a passport have until April 11 to apply before an expected 7% hike in fees.


Youngsters steal the show at Stansted’s annual parish meeting

Youngsters steal the show at Stansted’s annual parish meeting

Youngsters steal the show at Stansted’s annual parish meeting

21 March 2024

Two Stansted youth councillors and a group of youth club members spoke about the importance of giving young people in the village a voice.


Old River Lane: Council leader confirms moves to cut church hall from development

Old River Lane: Council leader confirms moves to cut church hall from development

Old River Lane: Council leader confirms moves to cut church hall from development

15 March 2024

Water Lane United Reformed Church Hall, owned by East Herts Council, was set to be demolished along with Charringtons House as part of ORL project.


‘Bingate’ prompts 6,600 complaints and queries to Uttlesford District Council

‘Bingate’ prompts 6,600 complaints and queries to Uttlesford District Council

‘Bingate’ prompts 6,600 complaints and queries to Uttlesford District Council

13 March 2024

The vast majority of complaints related to the revocation of UDC’s waste vehicle operating licence on January 25 by the traffic commissioner.


Quarry proposals to top agenda at Stansted’s annual parish meeting

Quarry proposals to top agenda at Stansted’s annual parish meeting

Quarry proposals to top agenda at Stansted’s annual parish meeting

12 March 2024

Stansted Parish Council chair to call for united opposition to quarry proposals as public get chance to quiz members on community issues.


Health minister welcomes arrival of non-obstetric ultrasound services in Stortford

Health minister welcomes arrival of non-obstetric ultrasound services in Stortford

Health minister welcomes arrival of non-obstetric ultrasound services in Stortford

12 March 2024

Upgrade is part of PAH NHS Trust’s plans to support quicker and easier access to tests near patients’ homes as part of Government CDC programme.


Sawbridgeworth town clerk steps in over row in council chamber

Sawbridgeworth town clerk steps in over row in council chamber

Sawbridgeworth town clerk steps in over row in council chamber

11 March 2024

Cllr Greg Rattey reported mayor Cllr Ruth Buckmaster for “unacceptable behaviour” after she cut short a debate following a public forum question.


Surgery stalemate as Stortford GPs face future in ‘less than ideal’ building

Surgery stalemate as Stortford GPs face future in ‘less than ideal’ building

Surgery stalemate as Stortford GPs face future in ‘less than ideal’ building

11 March 2024

“I’m having to renegotiate my South Street lease… and without anywhere else to go, I am forced to remain in a building that is less than ideal.”


Labour’s litter-picking election candidate hoping to clean up in Stortford

Labour’s litter-picking election candidate hoping to clean up in Stortford

Labour’s litter-picking election candidate hoping to clean up in Stortford

11 March 2024

Josh Dean said: “We didn’t meet a single resident prepared to vote for the Conservatives at the coming General Election.”


Labour calls for May election as opponents pan Marson’s Budget response

Labour calls for May election as opponents pan Marson’s Budget response

Labour calls for May election as opponents pan Marson’s Budget response

11 March 2024

Tory MP Julie Marson claimed: “These are great policies and Hertford and Stortford residents will feel their positive effects.”


Nacho man! Sir Keir Starmer pops into Stansted pub for Sunday lunch

Nacho man! Sir Keir Starmer pops into Stansted pub for Sunday lunch

Nacho man! Sir Keir Starmer pops into Stansted pub for Sunday lunch

07 March 2024

The favourite to be UK’s next Prime Minister tucked into veggie nachos as he dined alongside customers at the Rose and Crown in Bentfield End.


Call for single waste authority in Herts to cut costs and boost recycling

Call for single waste authority in Herts to cut costs and boost recycling

Call for single waste authority in Herts to cut costs and boost recycling

07 March 2024

The 10 district and borough councils in Herts are responsible for collecting waste from the kerbside while county council is responsible for disposal.


Stortford woman ready to battle Lib Dem deputy leader for seat in Commons

Stortford woman ready to battle Lib Dem deputy leader for seat in Commons

Stortford woman ready to battle Lib Dem deputy leader for seat in Commons

06 March 2024

Sophia Adams Bhatti is the Hertfordshire city’s Labour candidate at the next General Election.


Residents of six Stortford streets ponder introduction of parking permits

Residents of six Stortford streets ponder introduction of parking permits

Residents of six Stortford streets ponder introduction of parking permits

06 March 2024

Cllrs David Jacobs and Yvonne Estop have written to constituents to ask them to sign a petition if they support a residents’ parking zone.


Uttlesford residents see council tax, parking charges and rents increase

Uttlesford residents see council tax, parking charges and rents increase

Uttlesford residents see council tax, parking charges and rents increase

06 March 2024

The average Band D household in Uttlesford will pay £104.29 more a year for council tax as car park charges increase along with council house rents


Labour would change rules that gave sacked whip Marson £4,479 redundancy for 75 days’ work – before returning to same job 38 days later

Labour would change rules that gave sacked whip Marson £4,479 redundancy for 75 days’ work – before returning to same job 38 days later

Labour would change rules that gave sacked whip Marson £4,479 redundancy for 75 days’ work – before returning to same job 38 days later

04 March 2024

In the case of Hertford and Stortford MP Julie Marson, Labour says that would have brought her payout down from £4,479 under current rules to £920.


‘Voters feel let down – but in Stortford there’s an extra level of disappointment’

‘Voters feel let down – but in Stortford there’s an extra level of disappointment’

‘Voters feel let down – but in Stortford there’s an extra level of disappointment’

04 March 2024

Helen Campbell, the Liberal Democrat General Election candidate for Hertford and Stortford, invited local residents to talk about their concerns.


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