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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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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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UKIP’s Science spokesman, Dr Julia Reid MEP, has welcomed billionaire inventor and prominent Brexit campaigner, Sir James Dyson’s plans for a new multimillion-pound research and development centre in the South West of England. Dyson’s plans are part of a move...
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At the end of last year, the Government announced the launch of a nationwide competition to find the 2023 European Capital of Culture. Every year, two cities are designated Capital of Culture by the European Union and organise a series...
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During the UKIP Spring conference in Bolton, Dr Julia Reid MEP called for the return of the much-missed incandescent light bulb, following the UK’s exit from the European Union. Dr Reid said: “Once free of the EU, I would like...
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After a staggering 17 hours of debate in the House of Commons, MPs voted overwhelmingly to back the Brexit bill by 498 votes to 114. The bill allows the Prime Minister to formally tell the EU that the UK is...
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Dr Julia Reid MEP welcomes the news that Novo Nordisk, one of the world’s top sellers of Diabetes medicines, will invest £115m over 10 years in a new research centre in Oxford.  The firm will employ 100 scientists to work...
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Following today’s Supreme Court ruling Dr Julia Reid MEP said: “I am incredibly disappointed by the outcome, but not the least bit surprised given the obvious conflict of interests regarding Lord Neuberger and Lady Hale.” “This ruling completely goes against...
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2016 has been an amazing year for me and the vote to Leave the EU, on the 23rd June, was the culmination of a fight that began on the 1st January 1973, when Ted Heath took Britain into the Common...
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