The north is known for industry, but we are equally proud of its cultural heritage: the Brontës, Lowry and the Beatles. Our sporting heritage is equally rich. A worldwide fan-base follows the north’s Premier League football teams; Rugby league was born in Huddersfield; and the Great North Run remains the world’s most friendly half-marathon.
Caroline Flint put her safety in the capable hands of Sea Cadet cox Katie Rae Duffield this week, as she cast off with the Thorne Sea Cadets to experience their training and rescue manoeuvres on Thorne canal.
The MP attended one of the twice weekly meetings of the 47-strong cadet group, led by Petty Officer Dave Redmile, and heard about their plans for a new building.
Energy campaigner and Don Valley MP Caroline Flint has welcomed the Ofgem announcement that the energy price cap will be in force by end of 2018, saving Don Valley residents an average of £75 on their energy bills.
Don Valley MP Caroline Flint questioned the new Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on his first public outing in his new job, asking him about poor broadband speeds for Don Valley residents.
Caroline Flint has confirmed that the Brexit deal the Government is seeking to agree with the European Union this autumn will not be the “final deal,” as the UK faces two years of further negotiations following 'Brexit Day' on 29 March 2019.