Borough schools can now provide every eligible child with a weekly shopping voucher worth £15 to spend at supermarkets while they are closed due to coronavirus.
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Gedling MP Tom Randall: “Government is doing everything it can to keep everyone healthy and financially secure” during coronavirus crisis
Mr Randall’s statement comes as the government sets out a £330 billion package of loans and guarantees to support businesses and a further £20 billion for business rates relief and grants.
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Gedling’s new Conservative MP Tom Randall says the issue has been on his radar since he got elected
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‘I still go and stand in the House of Commons Chamber when it’s empty, and just take it in’:Gedling’s new MP Tom Randall reflects on a whirlwind few months
From living two lives to representing his hometown – Gedling’s new MP Tom Randall reflects on a his first few months
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Prime Minister recognises man who set up Mapperley-based charity to tackle loneliness and social isolation across Notts
Damien Reynolds has been handed a Point of Light award, which are given out by the Prime Minister to inspirational volunteers across the country.
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MP Tom Randall hails Government funding boost for Gedling Borough Council but deputy leader slams figures as ‘smoke and mirrors’
Gedling MP Tom Randall has praised the government for increasing Gedling Borough Council’s budget, but Cllr Michael Payne has said the figures were ‘spin’
Gedling will receive a share of an additional £836,961.60 in government cash to help tackle the problem.
The Home Office have announced an increase of up to £1.1 billion for police forces throughout England and Wales, to ensure our police can focus on keeping communities safe.
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Councillor wants Gedling MP Tom Randall to help secure urgent funding boost for Gedling Borough Council after suffering ‘worst cuts in England’
Councillor Michael Payne said cuts of 21.3% since 2015/16 has seen Gedling Borough Council become ‘worst affected council in England’
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Gedling MP Tom Randall teams up with elected Conservatives across county to look at improving life for those living in Notts
The group met on Monday (January 15) met to work through regional priorities, including fairer police and local government funding and transport and infrastructure investment.