The Prime Minister Theresa May has welcomed the return of commercial flights to Carlisle Lake District Airport in the House of Commons.
Mrs May made the remark in response to Conservative Carlisle MP John Stevenson, who asked for government support for Carlisle and the Borderlands.
Mr Stevenson informed her that from 4 June she will be able to fly to Carlisle for the first time in 30 years.
Carlisle MP, John Stevenson, is set to hold a public meeting for local residents to discuss their issues with broadband.
Representatives from telecommunications company, Openreach, will also be in attendance to answer questions.
The meeting will be held at the Richard Rose Morton Academy on Friday 28 July at 6.30pm. People who wish to attend are advised to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Conservative MP for Carlisle, John Stevenson, says he hopes that Jamie Reed's replacement will be somebody who is pro-nuclear.
Mr Stevenson said he was sorry to hear of Jamie's resignation after working together on many cross-party campaigns.
He said that it's important for the new Copeland MP to understand the importance of Sellafield and NuGen.
Carlisle MP John Stevenson is welcoming a government review into the way budgets will be allocated to police forces in the future.
Mr Stevenson criticised the previous review, saying that Cumbria was put in the same bracket as metropolitan cities like Manchester and London.
He says the county now has another chance to emphasise the unique challenges the region faces.
Cumbria County Council say they are carrying out a feasibility study, into how the A595 road can be improved.
Two women died after an accident on the road on Tuesday 23 February.
Carlisle's Conservative MP John Stevenson has called on the council to make a serious case to central government, to improve the road.
Carlisle MP John Stevenson has met the Transport Minister Andrew Jones today to discuss progress on plans for improving the A69.
A £500,000 feasibility study is being carried out to look at turning the entire route between Carlisle and Newcastle into dual carriageway.
Mr Stevenson says revamping the road would help boost Cumbria's economy:
John Stevenson has welcomed government plans to investigate how to improve cross-country road links.
The MP for Carlisle has been campaigning for improvements to the A69 between the city and Newcastle.
He says the government's study is a step forward.
John Stevenson has said he is"very concerned for the children that are looked after" by Cumbria County Council.
The MP for Carlisle was commenting in response to today's news that child services in the region have been rated as inadequate for the third time in four years by Ofsted, who monitor the Children Services Department.
He says he has requested a meeting with the head of Children’s Services, John McIlwraith, and Chief Executive of Cumbria County Council, Diane Wood, to discuss this issue with them.
Carlisle MP John Stevenson has called for Scottish MP's not to be returned to Westminster after the 2015 General Election in the event of a "yes" vote in the Scottish independence referendum.
The referendum is due to take place on 18 September.
The Aberdeen- born politician was speaking in the House of Commons today: