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The University of Bath have 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 platform for engagement with Whitehall...
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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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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 proposal. In response to the...
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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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Dr Julia Reid MEP, who represents the South West Counties & Gibraltar, welcomes the news that a new Ministry of Defence deal for a helicopter surveillance system will sustain 210 highly skilled British jobs. The £269m deal with Lockheed Martin...
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During the Prime Minister’s much-anticipated speech on Brexit, she announced that the UK will leave the single market. Instead of membership to the single market, the Government will now, according to her speech, seek the “greatest possible” access to it...
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Last week, Dr Julia Reid MEP enjoyed hosting her local South West constituents during an informative tour of the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Dr Reid, who represents the South West counties, said: “I really enjoyed conversing with the local constituents...
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During of the Government’s appeal to the Supreme Court, to be able to trigger Article 50 under powers of the royal prerogative, protestors had once again gathered outside to protest. On the pro-leave side of the protest, concerned activists peacefully...
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The train operator, CrossCountry, have laid out plans to reduce the number of daily trains operating between Paignton, Birmingham, and Manchester, to just one, which will leave the Bay at 7am on weekdays. However, a significant number commuters in the...
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