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Ministers appeal for fuel calm as Johnson draws back from deploying troops

Ministers appeal for fuel calm as Johnson draws back from deploying troops

Ministers appeal for fuel calm as Johnson draws back from deploying troops

27 September 2021

Ministers have issued a fresh appeal to motorists to stop panic buying as Boris Johnson drew back from plans to deploy troops.


'Having a Neighbourhood Plan enables communities to shape growth in their area'

'Having a Neighbourhood Plan enables communities to shape growth in their area'

'Having a Neighbourhood Plan enables communities to shape growth in their area'

27 September 2021

Proposals to streamline the Neighbourhood Plan process have been approved.


The ten funniest reactions after Matt Hancock's walkabout video goes viral

The ten funniest reactions after Matt Hancock's walkabout video goes viral

The ten funniest reactions after Matt Hancock's walkabout video goes viral

26 September 2021

Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has been likened to comedy characters including Alan Partridge after he posted a comeback video of him online.


Police boss vows not to give up on issue of fairer funding for Suffolk

Police boss vows not to give up on issue of fairer funding for Suffolk

Police boss vows not to give up on issue of fairer funding for Suffolk

26 September 2021

Suffolk's police and crime commissioner has vowed to continue fighting for fairer funding of the county's police force.


Councillors share concerns over £25,000 contribution to shopping centre as mayor defends decision

Councillors share concerns over £25,000 contribution to shopping centre as mayor defends decision

Councillors share concerns over £25,000 contribution to shopping centre as mayor defends decision

23 September 2021

A group of town councillors have shared concerns over a £25,000 contribution to a shopping centre which would help fund a Santa's Grotto at Christmas.


MP says Suffolk's SEND failings are 'unacceptable'

MP says Suffolk's SEND failings are 'unacceptable'

MP says Suffolk's SEND failings are 'unacceptable'

22 September 2021

An MP has described the failings of SEND provision in the county as 'unacceptable', following a damning independent report.


No change for parking charge decision despite better financial footing

No change for parking charge decision despite better financial footing

No change for parking charge decision despite better financial footing

21 September 2021

A u-turn on introducing changes to parking charges in south Suffolk has been ruled out despite the council having better-than-expected finances.


Target of just 50 new council houses a year 'does not go far enough'

Target of just 50 new council houses a year 'does not go far enough'

Target of just 50 new council houses a year 'does not go far enough'

21 September 2021

Calls have been made for a Suffolk authority to double the number of council homes it builds each year after.


New booking system for Suffolk's recycling centres set to be launched

New booking system for Suffolk's recycling centres set to be launched

New booking system for Suffolk's recycling centres set to be launched

21 September 2021

Residents across Suffolk might still have to plan in advance before taking their rubbish to the tip, but the system is set to become easier to use.

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Parents vow to expose problems of Suffolk's SEND services

Parents vow to expose problems of Suffolk's SEND services

Parents vow to expose problems of Suffolk's SEND services

20 September 2021

Parents have vowed to publish a report of their own exposing problems in the county's special educational needs and disabilities system.


County council apologises for 'letting down' SEND children after damning independent review

County council apologises for 'letting down' SEND children after damning independent review

County council apologises for 'letting down' SEND children after damning independent review

20 September 2021

A frank apology has been issued by the county council over failings in SEND services, after a damning report produced from an independent review.


Successful town cricket club has to wait on council decision which could decide its future

Successful town cricket club has to wait on council decision which could decide its future

Successful town cricket club has to wait on council decision which could decide its future

19 September 2021

A decision over the continued use of a sports pavilion by a newly-promoted cricket club has been delayed until the end of the month.


Misery for dental patients to continue after swathes of Suffolk left out of plans for new services

Misery for dental patients to continue after swathes of Suffolk left out of plans for new services

Misery for dental patients to continue after swathes of Suffolk left out of plans for new services

18 September 2021

There is no end in sight for patients caught up in the ‘worsening crisis’ in NHS dental care in parts of Suffolk.

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MP Jo Churchill 'delighted' after taking on new ministerial role

MP Jo Churchill 'delighted' after taking on new ministerial role

MP Jo Churchill 'delighted' after taking on new ministerial role

17 September 2021

MP Jo Churchill has said she is 'delighted' after taking on a new ministerial role in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.


Planned new parking charges in two towns labelled as 'town and health tax' by councillor

Planned new parking charges in two towns labelled as 'town and health tax' by councillor

Planned new parking charges in two towns labelled as 'town and health tax' by councillor

17 September 2021

Plans to introduce controversial new parking charges in two market towns next year have been labelled as a 'town and health tax' by a new councillor.


'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

16 September 2021

Just what will the impact be of the end of the furlough scheme when it wraps up later this month?


Liz Truss becomes Foreign Secretary

Liz Truss becomes Foreign Secretary

Liz Truss becomes Foreign Secretary

15 September 2021

MP Liz Truss has been made the new Foreign Secretary by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.


Senior pay at councils set to rise after review

Senior pay at councils set to rise after review

Senior pay at councils set to rise after review

15 September 2021

Senior district council officers could see their pay increase if the recommendations made in an independent review are rubber-stamped.


Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

14 September 2021

Working families may be left struggling to pay for food and heating when Universal Credit is cut. But what is the reduction and why is it happening?


Can the UK legally push back migrant boats in the English Channel?

Can the UK legally push back migrant boats in the English Channel?

Can the UK legally push back migrant boats in the English Channel?

10 September 2021

Any attempt to push back migrant boats would endanger lives and be in breach of the law, say refugee groups, but the UK government disagrees.


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