Karl calls for rent and reductions to support Sincil Street traders

In Parliament yesterday, Karl McCartney JP MP, Member of Parliament for the City of Lincoln, called for both Lincolnshire Co-operative and Lincoln City Council to provide more support for Sincil Street traders during a time where large scale regeneration projects are causing a shortfall in the nu

Karl's statement on Care Quality Commission report

In response to the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) recent report into the United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT), Karl McCartney JP MP, Member of Parliament for the City of Lincoln, said: “My Constituents and I, and I am sure my fellow Members of Parliament across Lincolnshire will all be

Brexit Select Committee is relentlessly negative

In response to the publication of the Committee on Exiting the European Union’s latest Report, Government's Negotiating Objectives: The White Paper, Karl McCartney JP MP, prominent Vote Leave campaigner and Conservative Member of the Committee, said: “I did not sign up to the Report, in its entir

A fair solution needed for car drivers over ‘toxin taxes’

In response to a possible Government announcement this week on charging diesel drivers to drive in a number of towns and cities across England, Karl McCartney MP, Conservative member of the Transport Select Committee, said: “The previous 'scrappage' scheme was one of the most stupid and wasteful