Karl has welcomed the news that both Ermine Primary Academy and Lincoln Christ's Hospital School will receive funding to improve their school buildings. This is part of an extra £367 million that the Conservative led Government has allocated for investment in buildings at over one thousand schools across the Country
“I am delighted that England's Chief Inspector of Hospitals has recommended that the United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is brought out of Special Measures following the Care Quality Commission’s most recent inspection.
Karl today welcomed James Stockdale, the Head of Sector Skills at the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI), Michelle Barrett, IMI’s National Manager for England and Steve Nash their CEO, to discuss the licensing of automotive retail technicians.
Karl has welcomed new figures showing 600 new apprenticeships were started by people in Lincoln between August 2014 and January 2015. In total 5290 new apprenticeships have been started in Lincoln since 2010.
Employers across Lincolnshire joined Karl McCartney, Member of Parliament for Lincoln, at a key summit in Lincoln on increasing disability employment in the region. Since 2010, over 32,000 disabled people have entered work through Work Choice
On Monday 23 March 2015, Karl McCartney, Member of Parliament for Lincoln, will be joined by employers across Lincolnshire to hold a key summit in Lincoln on increasing disabled employment in the region.
Karl met with representatives of the Lincoln Bypass Action Group to discuss their support for the current plans for the Lincoln Eastern Bypass (LEB). The Lincoln Bypass Action Group are a group of residents who live around Hawthorn Road and on the Carlton Estate and close to where the proposed Bypass crosses with Hawthorn Road.