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Jamie Reed MP Stands up for Local NHS at PMQs

West Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed has called on Theresa May, during her first Prime Minister’s Questions, to visit Copeland and to intervene to ensure that her Government does not continue to cut services from the West Cumberland Hospital. 270 more words

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Copeland MP’s Speech to Parliament in Support of the Preservation of National Security

West Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed has spoken out in Parliament to support a motion relating to the renewal of the UK’s nuclear deterrent.

In his speech, Jamie Reed reached out to those who do not support the retention and renewal of the UK’s nuclear deterrent. 1,187 more words

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Jamie Reed MP to the Prime Minister: Fulfill the Promises Made by Government About the West Cumberland Hospital

West Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed has written to the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, urging her to fulfil the promises made by Government in the aftermath of the Cumbria Shooting tragedy. 618 more words

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West Cumbrian MP Slams Government as Figures Reveal Over 126,000 People in Cumbria Unable to Access a GP Appointment Within a Week

New figures released by NHS England reveal that over 126,500 people in Cumbria, that’s around 23%, wait a week or more to speak to a GP or Nurse, or are unable to get an appointment at all. 309 more words

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Jamie Reed MP: “My Community Will Never Accept, Nor Forgive, Removal of Local Health Services”

West Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed has spoken out in Parliament, calling on Government to fulfil its responsibility to communities in West Cumbria by providing a truly National Health Service. 1,720 more words

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Hoedown

Forked the lawn today
Half-hearted fat man in straw hat
Alas poor Yorick
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Always take the stairs upstairs
Even in stilettos
North face of the Eiger down… 20 more words

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3,870 Women in Copeland Affected by State Pension Equalisation

West Cumbrian MP Jamie Reed has spoken of his concern that 3,870 women born on or after 6th April 1951 in his constituency have have been affected by the acceleration of the equalisation of the State Pension Age, a change that began in 1995 and was compounded in 2011. 284 more words

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