Guarantee you'll never miss another big story by signing up for our free email updatesLincoln City’s lack of ruthlessness in front of goal came back to haunt them once again as they were held to a 1-1 draw at struggling Forest Green Rovers. The Imps quickly went in front through Ben House’s fantastic finish, but were pegged back in the second half by Jordon Garrick, who had played for City earlier in the season. Forest Green mustered a response and came close to equalising when Dom Bernard poked Corey O’Keeffe’s centre wide. Solid in the second half. Jack Diamond: 5Anonymous, particularly in the second half as he seemed to grow frustrated after the equaliser.
Barnsley dominated possession in the early stages, but Lincoln had the first chance when Carl Rushworth picked Jack Diamond out with an impressive long throw-out. Was outfoxed by the striker once in the second half, but aside from that limited him to very little. Headed every ball away, blocked every shot and didn’t put a foot wrong. TJ Eyoma: 7Was fantastic in the second half, made a couple of good runs down the left, and made some vital blocks. Took his goal fantastically but was rash in possession a few times in the second half.4 months ago Lincolnshire Live
Many opted to retire early to care for relatives, not realising they would have an additional six years to endure before their State Pension came in. "A recent Ombudsman investigation confirms this, finding the DWP guilty of maladministration and suggesting it take steps to compensate affected women. We urge Rishi Sunak to take responsibility and deliver the WASPI women the justice they deserve before any more of us die." The 1995 Conservative Government's State Pension Act included plans to increase women's State Pension age from 60 to 65 so that it was the same as men's. The 2011 Pension Act further increased the State Pension age to 66 for men and women.2 months ago Lincolnshire Live
I anticipate that some 7,000 – the total current hybrid fleet – could be retrofitted and back in service within a period of one to three years of starting the programme." He added that the cost and time saved by making the changes to existing hybrid vehicles would equate to the production of seven new vehicles, including the infrastructure, for the price of one new bus. Mr O'Halloran said Lincoln has the "ideal topographic profile to be a proving ground for my theory". Mr O'Halloran has already shared his vision with the City of Lincoln Council and Lincolnshire County Council. "Where appropriate we will put certain ideas to scrutiny committee to look at how to move items forward in a best-case scenario for Lincolnshire."2 months ago Lincolnshire Live
Mrs Pattison, 45, grew up on a Lincolnshire farm and attended a grammar school in Sleaford. Both Mrs Pattison and her daughter Lettie were found on the grounds of Epsom College in the early hours of Sunday morning alongside the body of her husband George. The force said a firearm licensed to Mr Pattison, 39, was recovered from the scene but the cause of death would not be confirmed until post-mortems have been completed later this week. Read more: Epsom College tragedy being treated as 'murder-suicide' after family found dead on school groundsSurrey Police said it had contact with Mr Pattison last Thursday after he notified officers of a change in address. Mr Pattison had held a gun licence for a number of years and it was up for renewal early last year, according to the Times.1 month ago Lincolnshire Live
Sign up to our free email alerts for the top daily stories sent straight to your e-mailCourt orders to prevent exploitation have been issued after vulnerable and poorly paid illegal workers were discovered to be living at their car wash in Lincolnshire. The car wash was found to be employing workers with no right to work in the UK. GLAA Investigating Officer Dale Walker said: "We are really pleased to continue our productive partnership work with Lincolnshire Police in securing sanctions against those we suspect of exploiting vulnerable workers. Along with the GLAA, Trading Standards and Immigration Enforcement also look for potentially vulnerable workers at high-risk sector businesses such as car washes and nail bars. People can download the Safe Car Wash app developed by the Clewer Initiative and report your concerns there.2 months ago Lincolnshire Live
On Monday, Sunak became the United Kingdom’s fifth Prime Minister since the divisive 2016 Brexit referendum. As candidates standing to be the next Prime Minister emerged, there was more clarity over who was going to be the next Dr Who on Sunday night. Boris ruling himself out left a two-horse race between Rishi Sunak and Penny Mordaunt, who dropped out on Monday minutes before the nomination deadline. A statement emerged from Victoria Atkins just hours before Rishi Sunak was declared the new Prime Minister. She said: “I am continuing to support Rishi to become the next leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister.4 months ago Lincolnshire World
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue are urging people to stay safe this winter, as the increase in household costs means some residents may be putting their lives at risk as they hope to save money. The National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) has already warned that the cost of living rise will mean people turn to alternative ways of heating and lighting their homes. By answering a few simple questions, the results will provide advice tailored to you and your household at www.safelincs.co.uk/hfscFor those more at risk, home visits are arranged to provide help and advice. Changes to regulations mean landlords must fit smoke alarms in every house and carbon monoxide alarms where necessary, in rented accommodation. They must also carry out an annual gas safety check.5 months ago Lincolnshire County Council