Re-elected City MP, Karl McCartney, thanks the people of Lincoln for putting their trust in him again

“I would like to sincerely thank everyone in Lincoln who voted for me. It’s very reassuring to know I still have your faith, trust and support. I would also like to re-assure those who didn’t vote for me that I shall continue to represent you and indeed all sections of our Historic City to the best of my ability with regard to the policies my Party elucidated to our voters so well.

Statement on tomorrow's transport seminar

I am very pleased that representatives of both private and public entities, as well as many individuals interested in improvements to Lincolnshire and Lincoln’s transport infrastructure will be at tomorrow’s (today’s) Transport Seminar.

Statement regarding the plan to regenerate Central Lincoln

I welcome this £25 million project to create a new transport hub in Central Lincoln that the City of Lincoln Council, Lincolnshire Co-op and Network Rail, along with Lincolnshire County Council and East Midlands Trains intend to deliver

Ed Miliband’s borrowing would put at risk all the hard work in Lincoln

Karl has warned that Ed Miliband’s Labour Party would put at risk all the hard work to turn the economy around in Lincoln after new research was published showing Ed Miliband’s Party would borrow £20.7 billion more in 2015/16 – £1,200 for every working household in Lincoln.