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Mullucks boss raps government for missed opportunity on stamp duty

Mullucks boss raps government for missed opportunity on stamp duty

Mullucks boss raps government for missed opportunity on stamp duty

William Wells said the lack of stamp duty reform was another missed opportunity to get the UK housing market moving again.


Stortford's annual town meeting to go ahead despite coronavirus

Stortford's annual town meeting to go ahead despite coronavirus

Stortford's annual town meeting to go ahead despite coronavirus

The statutory event will take place as usual in the auditorium at Rhodes, with seating arranged to ensure social distancing can take place.


Coronavirus: Stansted Day Centre and Saffron Walden Museum shut

Coronavirus: Stansted Day Centre and Saffron Walden Museum shut

Coronavirus: Stansted Day Centre and Saffron Walden Museum shut

Uttlesford District Council says it has switched to an emergency planning mode of working.


Town, district and county councils consider response to coronavirus threat

Town, district and county councils consider response to coronavirus threat

Town, district and county councils consider response to coronavirus threat

Bishop's Stortford Town Council leader and chief executive to meet to discuss whether annual town meeting at Rhodes Arts Complex should go ahead.


Conservative councillors ready to answer questions

Conservative councillors ready to answer questions

Conservative councillors ready to answer questions

East Herts Cllr Alastair Ward-Booth said: "We will be available for any residents to raise queries with us or just say hello."


Extinction Rebellion to target 'dirty' bank in Bishop's Stortford

Extinction Rebellion to target 'dirty' bank in Bishop's Stortford

Extinction Rebellion to target 'dirty' bank in Bishop's Stortford

The climate crisis protestors will 'clean up' the Barclays branch in North Street on Saturday to highlight fossil fuel industry investments.


Council defends Drag Queen Storytime against Twitter critics

Council defends Drag Queen Storytime against Twitter critics

Council defends Drag Queen Storytime against Twitter critics

Herts County Council was criticised on social media following controversy in Scotland when a drag queen called FlowJob read to children at a primary.


Heroin and heroines feature in Stortford MP's maiden Commons speech

Heroin and heroines feature in Stortford MP's maiden Commons speech

Heroin and heroines feature in Stortford MP's maiden Commons speech

The Conservative, the daughter of a policeman and herself a former magistrate, contributed to a debate on policing in England and Wales.


Alzheimer's Society warns of soaring dementia care bill for Hertfordshire

Alzheimer's Society warns of soaring dementia care bill for Hertfordshire

Alzheimer's Society warns of soaring dementia care bill for Hertfordshire

Charity calls for immediate social care investment in Spring Budget as county's dementia care bill is set to rise 72% to over £1bn in next decade.


Police and crime commissioner urged to restore front desk at Stortford station

Police and crime commissioner urged to restore front desk at Stortford station

Police and crime commissioner urged to restore front desk at Stortford station

David Lloyd has made extra officers the focus of his plans despite concerns from councillors about his ability to recruit and retain staff.


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