Responding to today’s Conservative manifesto launch, UKIP leader Paul Nuttall said: “It is official. The Tory Party has become almost identical to the Labour Party.
Attending our Town Council Annual Meeting tonight one of the speakers, a Dorset District Councillor, said that talk had now moved on from two unitary authorities
By Steve Unwin Having listened to UKIP members and supporters I have decided not to contest the North Dorset parliamentary seat in the forthcoming General Election.
A new private GP service has been set up in Dorset by a doctor who says that general practice is on the brink of collapse.
Do you want to know the REAL reason why we joined the European Union, the please watch the video below and find out!
I often read or hear the comment that without immigration our NHS would fall apart from lack of doctors and nurses etc. I have three questions about this: One – Is there a global glut…
I hadn’t realised it at the time, but someone from ‘Keep Our NHS Public Dorset’ was taking a video as we gave our speeches
The Christchurch referendum on the Dorset council re-organisation (Future Dorset) proposal has been delayed until after the 2017 snap General Election.
A small, dedicated group of the Save our Beds! team joined like-minded people at ‘The NHS Gathering’ on the Horseshoe Common in Bournemouth today
UPDATED. A little aired story is that the UK gave £740,000 from its foreign aid budget to Kim Jong Un’s North Korea last year.
The latest party political broadcast from UKIP shows how UKIP councillors actually do the job of representing the people wherever they are elected.
When looking at how much money central government will be giving our County Council in the upcoming financial year 2017/2018, it becomes clear that not all counties are born equal.
Dedicated to Shaftesbury! Here are the main reasons why you should place your cross in the Lester TAYLOR box in the upcoming Dorset County Council elections for the Shaftesbury Division on the 4th May 2017.
Officers in Shaftesbury are appealing for witnesses to come forward after four teenage girls were racially abused in the town.
Members of the non-party political ‘Save Our Beds‘ team, who are dedicated to preventing the removal of NHS medical beds from the Westminster memorial Hospital in Shaftesbury, held a public awareness campaign