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RFA Tidespring, the first of four new support ships for the Royal Navy, has arrived in Cornwall for customisation, helping to support around 300 jobs at A&P Falmouth, which is the largest ship repair complex in the UK and boasts...
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Dr Julia Reid MEP welcomes the news that the boss of Europe’s biggest manufacturing company has confirmed his commitment to the UK.   The German engineering firm, which generated €79.64bn in revenue last year, is considered to be a prominent investor...
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The negotiation draft guidelines for withdrawal talks under Article 50, which were drawn up by EU leaders, state that: “After the United Kingdom leaves the Union, no agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom may apply to the territory...
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Since its launch in 1988, Red Nose Day has become something of a British institution. It’s the day, every two years, when people across the land can get together and do something funny for money at home, school and work....
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Today is World Water Day, an annual event organised by UN-Water, in collaboration with governments and partners, and this year the theme is ‘wastewater’. UKIP’s Environment spokesman, Dr Julia Reid MEP, had this to say: “World Water Day is what...
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The British countryside is renowned for its natural beauty, rich in wildlife and beneficial to one’s mental health. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the conservation of the green belt, which was introduced after World War Two to prevent cities from...
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The think-tank, Centre for Cities, is pushing for Government to release up greenbelt land for housing development. The greenbelt was introduced after World War 2 to prevent cities from sprawling out onto the countryside. Government figures have revealed that almost...
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Dr Julia Reid MEP, who represents the South West Counties and Gibraltar, spoke in the European Parliament in Strasbourg to address the issue of cooperation between Human Traffickers and NGOs engaged in search and rescue in the Mediterranean. Dr Reid...
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Hundreds of new homes could be built on prime agricultural land at Farleigh Fields on the outskirts of Backwell, near Bristol. However, for the last few decades, local residents have fought hard to protect the fields from falling into the...
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Chancellor Philip Hammond is facing a huge backlash against the new Budget announcement which will see an increase to the rate of National Insurance contributions for the majority of self-employed workers. This change will result in approximately 1.6 million people...
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