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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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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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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 also no secret that the...
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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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Under a new change in the law, every NHS trust will now be required to charge foreign patients up-front for their care, unless their condition is life-threatening. According to the Health Secretary, this change in the law will come into...
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