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Armed forces - Young veterans need help, too

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has been providing vital support for our troops, veterans and their families for 131 years and is the oldest, national military charity in the UK.

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Brexit - A small price to pay for exit

A great many constituents have written to me to voice their outrage over the court decision regarding Parliament and leaving the European Union.

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Study - Sign petition to fix homecare

I would like to ask for your readers’ help in improving the lives of the 11,000 people with dementia in Lincolnshire.

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Remembrance - Turnout was exceptional

Market Rasen Town Council would like to convey its thanks to everyone involved in this year’s remembrance parade.

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Devolution - Only 17 out of 36 councillors voted in favour

It was a hollow victory for the Conservative leadership when a devolution debate took place during the last meeting of West Lindsey District Council.

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Brexit - PM going full steam head

Brexit work is ongoing and looks likely to continue for some time. Many in the Remain camp still refuse to accept the result of the referendum and are keen to undermine this democratic mandate. Already their prediction of economic collapse has been recognised as ridiculous, but they don’t seem to be relieved that apocalypse has been averted. I think this is fundamentally unpatriotic.

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Politics - Voting against will of electors

Is the United Kingdom a democracy in name only?

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Thanks for support

I’m writing to thank your readers for taking part in the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Bag It. Beat It. campaign throughout September, helping to generate over 1 million bags of quality items nationwide for BHF shops and raise awareness of women and heart disease.

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Family search - Can you help?

I am trying to find anyone related to the Parrott family and who would have any information about my mother Rose Parrott, who was born in East London in 1909.

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Mental health - Help veterans

Anxiety and depression can be disabling, as one in 10 adults experience an anxiety disorder which impairs their quality of life at some point.

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London Marathon: Places available

This week many people across Lincolnshire will be finding out that they have sadly missed out on the 2017 London Marathon ballot. Prospective runners who have been looking forward to taking part will be disappointed to find out they haven’t secured a place in this hugely iconic race.

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Police force - Top ranks are draining all the money

Police officers do a fantastic job. End of.

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Pyjama fundraiser - Join CBeebies Sid

This October I will be stepping out in my best PJ’s to celebrate Humphrey’s Pyjama Week (3-7 October), and hopefully raising lots of money to help children with brain injury. And I’d like to invite your readers to join us.

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Take a teabreak for Epilepsy Action

I am writing to ask your readers to pop their kettles on and roll out their best bakes to support people with epilepsy.

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LETTER: A&E waiting times paint a worrying picture

The recent NHS England figures regarding A&E waiting times in Lincolnshire paint a worrying picture about the current state of emergency healthcare.

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Diabetes - Support for investigation

At Diabetes UK we know that access to care for people with diabetes is very variable across the country - and that rising numbers of people in the Midlands are being diagnosed with diabetes each month.

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EU vote - Stay calm and carry on

The outcome of the EU referendum will have ramifications for us all, however, we are in danger of being whipped up into a media frenzy, much of it caused by modern gadgetry, and several news outlets, each trying to out do the others in sensationalism.

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Housing - We need a plan to create jobs

At a time when all communities, large and small, the length and breadth of this country, are desperate to encourage and attract industry and jobs into their areas, we in Market Rasen are celebrating that we have converted an industrial site into housing.

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Fly-tipping - Councils are also to blame

I drive through the Wolds three times a week on my way to visit relatives in the area.

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Policing - Is £65k salary inadequate?

Mark Jones claims that he will get more money for policing in Lincolnshire from the Government and that he needs a deputy as he doesn’t have the time to do everything.

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