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Folkestone and Hythe MP called to ensure EU doctors and nurses in the South East can stay after Brexit

Contributed by editor on Mar 09, 2017 - 11:35 AM

 

The Liberal Democrats are calling for an 'NHS passport' that would guarantee the right to remain in Britain for all EU nationals who work directly for the NHS.

 


Canterbury lawyer denounces failure of Government to include ban on cold calling personal injury claims in Autumn Statement

Contributed by editor on Dec 05, 2016 - 07:55 PM

 

A Canterbury lawyer has criticised the Government for failing to announce a ban on cold calling in personal injury claims in the Autumn Statement.



Doubts raised by Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance chief over budget VAT refund

Contributed by editor on Mar 21, 2014 - 11:35 AM


Chancellor George Osborne has announced in this week’s Budget, that all air ambulance charities will be eligible for an annual grant of £65,000 for the next five years to cover the cost of VAT on fuel costs.



Terror police used to detain MP

Contributed by editor on Nov 29, 2008 - 05:00 AM

Following the arrest of Ashford Tory MP Damian Green over  Home
Office papers that made their way into the public domain, Conservative
leader David Cameron raised concerns that at least nine
counter-terrorism officers were deployed to detain the Ashford MP and
search his house and office.


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Mr Cameron said: "The police have to answer questions."



Damian Green, 52, expressed fury after he was quizzed for nine hours.



He was later released on bail and told to return for further questioning
in February.



In a statement, the Conservative Party said: "Mr Green has legitimately
revealed information which the Home Office chose not to make public.
Disclosure of this information was manifestly in the public interest. Mr
Green denies any wrongdoing."



Commenting on the arrest, Downing Street said: "This is a matter for the
police. The Prime Minister had no prior knowledge of the arrest and was
only informed after the event."