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Dr Julia Reid MEP, a research biochemist by profession with a PhD in Pharmacology, has been appointed as UKIP’s Health Spokesman by Steve Crowther, the party’s interim leader. Dr Reid has a considerable amount experience...
Britain’s biggest supermarket chain, Tesco, has been fined £8m after admitting to a fuel leak from one of its petrol stations in Haslingden which polluted nearby sewers and waterways. The Environment Agency said that around...
Brexit will not put our countryside, our marine environment, or our wildlife at risk. The idea that our membership of the EU has been only good for our environment is quite simply false. In some...
Dr Julia Reid MEP and the North Wiltshire & Chippenham branch of UKIP have decided that UKIP, in the best interest of Brexit, will not stand a candidate against the Conservative candidate, Michelle Donelan, in...
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...
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...
Obviously, we’re all incredibly disappointed, but given the obvious character assassination by the mainstream media on Paul Nuttall and lack of reporting around Gareth Snell’s misogynistic comments, I can’t say I’m all that surprised. It’s...
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 University of Bath has launched their new Pall Mall base in London as part of their long-standing commitment to innovation and outreach. With the university’s new Pall Mall base, they hope to create a...
Bath and North East Somerset Council have decided to go ahead with plans to build the city’s fourth park and ride following the cabinet members meeting at the Guildhall, despite the overwhelming opposition to the...