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Natascha EngelBorn in 1967, Natascha was elected as Labour Member of Parliament for North East Derbyshire in the General Election of May 2005. She succeeded veteran MP Harry Barnes who had held the seat for almost 20 years prior to his retirement.

You can find more out about Natascha, what she does for you and how to contact her on her own page of Inside-Eckington
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Your District Councillors

Your County Councillor

Your Member of Parliament

Your Members of the European Parliament

Your 2 Eckington South District Councillors represent you on N. E. Derbyshire District Council. The District Council is responsible for local services, including planning, council housing, and rubbish collection. Most District Councillors are not paid for the work they do.

  • Leonard G Yates
    Labour
  • Peter Brown
    Independent

 

Your Eckington County Councillor represents you on Derbyshire County Council. The County Council is responsible for local services, including education, social services, transport, roads (except trunk roads and motorways), public rights of way, and libraries. Most County Councillors are not paid for the work they do.

  • Derek W Featherstone
    Labour

 

Your North East Derbyshire MP represents you in the House of Commons. The House of Commons is responsible for making laws in the UK and for overall scrutiny of all aspects of government.

  • Natascha Engel
    Labour

Your 6 East Midlands MEPs represent you in the European Parliament. They scrutinise European laws and the budget of the European Union, and provide oversight of its other decision-making bodies.

  • Roger Helmer
    Conservative
  • Bill Newton Dunn
    Liberal Democrat
  • Glenis Willmott
    Labour
  • Robert Kilroy-Silk
    Independent
  • Christopher Heaton-Harris
    Conservative
  • Derek Clark
    UK Independence

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