Month: December 2014

Council Backtracks on Toton promise

Anna Soubry has condemned Broxtowe Borough Council Leader, Milan Radulovic, for “backtracking” on a promise that Toton’s Green Belt wouldn’t be developed if the proposed HS2 station isn’t built. Radulovic told the Nottingham Post on 27th October that: “If HS2 doesn’t come, we will be opposing the 500 homes.  If it

Anna Soubry welcomes 49% fall in unemployment

Anna Soubry, MP for Broxtowe, has welcomed new figures showing 815 fewer people in Broxtowe claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance compared to 2010 – a 49% per cent fall. This means more people with the self-respect and security of a good job and a regular pay packet. People are getting off benefits

Conservative Mia Kee wins Toton by election with 4.6% swing from Labour

Conservative Mia Kee has won the Toton & Chilwell Meadows by-election. Mia, who is a well known local campaigner against housing development in Toton’s Green Belt, took almost 55% of votes cast on Thursday achieving a swing from Labour of 4.6%.   Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, said;