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Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber - Scott Knowles
07/07/2022: The Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber has responded after the Prime Minister made an announcement that he will resign and step down in the Autumn.
Maggie Throup MP
07/07/2022: Erewash MP Maggie Throup has issued a statement following the resignation of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister.
07/07/2022: Erewash Borough Council is encouraging creative individuals in the borough to apply for funding to help them in their artistic endeavours.
06/07/2022: Fundraisers are working to prepare for an event in Ilkeston during August to help raise funds to pay for treatment for a bubbly 7-year old.
NHS Blood and Transplant
06/07/2022: People from the East Midlands who saved lives through the gift of organ donation have been posthumously honoured at a moving award ceremony. 
04/07/2022: Derbyshire County Council is bringing forward new proposals to support the recruitment and retention of employees - particularly those in frontline adult social care roles.
Two people with e-bikes
01/07/2022: Holidaymakers in Derbyshire will get to experience the countryside in an exciting, environmentally-friendly way this summer, as Peaks & Dales E-Bike Holiday Hire launches for the public.  
Department for Transport
01/07/2022: New laws will ensure the 13.7 million disabled people in England, Scotland and Wales receive the assistance they need and will not be charged over the odds when using taxis and private hire vehicles (PHVs).
(L-R)  Detective Chief Inspector Kerry Pope; Cllr Chris Poulter, Leader of Derby City Council; Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster; Cllr Barry Lewis, Leader of Derbyshire County Council; and Assistant Chief Constable Michelle Shooter
01/07/2022: Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angelique Foster has welcomed the introduction of a new countywide multi-agency strategy designed to consolidate and boost the work to reduce violence against women and girls (VAWG).
The Wildlife Trusts' youth ambassadors go to No.10 (c) Chris Wood
30/06/2022: A group of The Wildlife Trusts’ youth ambassadors handed-in a 60,000-strong petition, and over 10,000 personal views shared by the public to Downing Street yesterday (29 June), all calling for more ambitious Government targets to halt and reverse nature’s decline.

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