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New sentences on cases of animal cruelty

Maximum sentences for those who commit the most heinous cases of animal cruelty are being increased tenfold by the Government to five years.

Victoria said:

Standing Up for Defence Jobs

Today, Victoria Atkins MP raised the job losses announced by BAE Systems with the Minister at the first opportunity.

New funding for Spilsby Theatre

Victoria Atkins MP welcomes the announcement that Spilsby Theatre will receive a £10,000 'Resilient Heritage' grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and £5,000 from The Architectural Heritage Fund.

The Future of Louth Navigation Warehouse Secured

Victoria Atkins MP welcomes the news that the future of Louth Navigation Warehouse has been secured by East Lindsey District Council.

She has previously raised the campaign to restore Louth Canal with the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Environment & Rural Affairs.

Victoria Atkins MP Backs British Farming

Victoria Atkins MP joined the NFU to show her support for British Farming.

Farming, the rural economy and the countryside are priorities for Victoria and she always speaks up for our rural way of life.

#Handsoff Campaign to end abuse

The Handsoff Campaign sends a simple but powerful message to end violence against women and children.

Victoria joined colleagues at the #handsoff launch in Parliament to support victims in speaking out about abuse.

Louth Cattle Market Must Stay

Since 1551, a livestock market has been at the heart of Louth. Today, Louth Cattle Market is the only livestock auction house of its type left in the county and is used by farmers and smallholders from across Lincolnshire.

Victoria welcomes surge in new GPs

Victoria Atkins, Member of Parliament for Louth & Horncastle has welcomed the recruitment of more GPs locally as part of her ongoing campaign for better local healthcare - and warned of the dangers of scare mongering about Louth Hospital.

New Heritage Lottery Fund investment

Over the bank holiday there are hidden gems around every corner in the constituency.

Since 1994, Louth & Horncastle has attracted over £10.2 million of Heritage Lottery Fund investment for projects to restore our old buildings and explore our rich history.