Better A&E: With increased pressure on A&E services, Karl McCartney explains how the government plan to deal with these long standing problems.
Wednesday, June 5
Positive learning: Karl McCartney makes the case for apprenticeships, and how well different schemes are working for students and businesses.
Wednesday, May 22
Driving innovation: A strong manufacturing base is essential for a balanced economy, where exports and investment drive growth, not debt and unsustainable government spending.
Wednesday, April 10
Getting shelter: In a civilized society it is unacceptable that some of the most vulnerable people should be living on the street, writes the Lincoln MP.
Wednesday, March 20
Lost faith: Lincoln MP argues the RSPCA should limit its role to evidence gathering and allow the Crown Prosecution Service to consider if prosecution is needed.
Wednesday, March 6
Access to education: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney argues the new student tuition fees system is a more progressive one and does more for those from poorer backgrounds.
Wednesday, February 20
Record apprenticeships: The Lincoln MP argues apprenticeships are a vital part of education reform and that the vocational route is paying off.
Wednesday, February 6
EU renegotiation: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney argues in his latest column that we need wholescale reform to make the EU work for us in a better way than it does now.
Wednesday, January 23
Setting it right: The cost of housing benefit doubled to £21 billion by 2010, and it’s not fair that those struggling also pay for those who can live at home, says Lincoln MP Karl McCartney.
Wednesday, January 9
Youth Contract: Times are challenging and youth unemployment has been rising steadily even over the last 14 years, explains the Lincoln MP.