I was interested to read that North West Leicestershire MP Andrew Bridgen has called for Parliament's watchdog to investigate Jeremy Corbyn for attending a ceremony where a wreath was laid in memory of some of those responsible for the 1972 Munich terror attack.
Much has been said and written about the issues surrounding healthcare in Lincolnshire, so it came as no real surprise to read your story of several ambulances seen queuing outside Pilgrim Hospital.
Again, I find myself putting pen to paper to dismiss the doom and gloom merchants over Brexit.
The situation in Derbyshire regarding adult social care funding is an all too familiar one being played out across the country.
Margot Parker has said she hoped the the first ever prosecution in Somalia for FGM, brings about change.
I was concerned to read the city council is cutting parts of a scheme which provides disabled people with free bus travel.
The decision will mean those with disabilities will need to pay out of their own pockets to use public transport at peak times in the morning and late at night.
I am concerned this is adversely affecting equal opportunities and yet again those most in need are hit the hardest.
The council blames cuts in Government funding but those people at the sharp end do not want to hear who is to blame. They just want the service they are used to having, continuing.
MARGOT Parker MEP said she was appalled at the findings of a report into sex abuse within the aid sector.
Corby MEP Margot Parker said: "Well done to the campaigners who fought tirelessly in their battle to keep the facilities at Corby Urgent Care Centre open.
MARGOT Parker MEP has backed a new report by MPs calling for all organisations with more than 50 employees to publish pay scales.
I was appalled to read this week that British children in Asian communities are facing face huge pressure to marry according to customs which can be abusive and illegal under British law.