The Prime Minister has refused Tim Farron's demand to guarantee British farmers that support payments will continue after Brexit.
In the House of Commons today, Tim called on the PM to reassure British farmers. Many farmers rely on direct support payments, and Tim asked for a guarantee that these will continue even after Brexit.Article / Jun 29, 2016
South Lakes MP Tim Farron is urging the public to help save Kendal's mental health ward by filling in a survey to make their views known to health bosses.
The survey is part of a public consultation process, prior to a decision being made about the future of the Kentmere mental health ward later this summer.Article / Jun 29, 2016
Delays by the Conservative government in applying for European flood relief money could mean Cumbria loses out on millions, South Lakes MP Tim Farron has warned today.
In response to a parliamentary question by Tim, it was revealed that the government has still not completed its application and submitted a final cost estimate of the floods to the EU.Article / Jun 28, 2016
South Lakes MP Tim Farron is urging the public to make their voices heard at a public consultation this Thursday about the future of Kendal's mental health ward.
It will take place on Thursday 30th June, between 1-7pm at South Lakes Foyer, Yard 95, Stricklandgate, Kendal, LA9 4RA.
The Kentmere mental health ward was originally due to be closed at the end of June. Following a huge campaign by Tim and local residents, this decision was put on hold while further consultation takes place. A final decision about the future of the ward will take place at the end of the summer.Article / Jun 28, 2016
The government's flagship scheme is failing to make home insurance affordable for flood victims, according to South Lakes MP Tim Farron.
A number of constituents have contacted Tim about huge increases in insurance premiums this year, following the effects of flooding last winter. It had been hoped that the government's Flood Re scheme would help to ensure affordable premiums for residents in high-risk properties, but this appears not to be the case.Article / Jun 28, 2016