Yesterday the Government announced the first tranche of funding (£866 million) from the £5 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund. The Conservatives have placed housing at the forefront of their agenda, building thousands of new homes so that more people can realise their dream of homeownership.
Today, North Oxfordshire MP Victoria Prentis writes the first in a new series of regular columns for the Banbury Guardian. Naturally, for her first piece, she centered on Banburyshire's united fight for the Horton General Hospital:
The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care has today confirmed that the decision to permanently downgrade the Horton General Hospital's maternity unit will be referred to the Independent Reconfiguration Panel (IRP) in a move welcomed by North Oxfordshire MP Victoria Prentis and North Oxfor
2017 has been marked by its unpredictability. Navigating the uncharted waters of Brexit has dominated national headlines. At Westminster, the final few weeks of the year were spent analysing the EU Withdrawal Bill line-by-line.
Following a two day hearing earlier this month, High Court Judge Mr Justice Mostyn today announced his decision to dismiss the Judicial Review which had been brought against the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) by Cherwell District Council, with support from South Northamptonshire