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Private companies with contracts to build and run NHS hospitals have made pre-tax profits of £831m over the past six years and are on track to profit another £1bn in the next five years, according to a report by the Centre for...
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Italian authorities recently seized a refugee rescue ship operated by a German charity following allegations that the volunteers had contact with Libyan smugglers. An investigation, which started in October, had uncovered evidence to suggest that the NGO ship, Iuventa, was...
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Dr Julia Reid MEP, UKIP’s spokesperson for the Environment, has expressed concern over the incursion of genetically modified plants into the UK that went largely unnoticed for some time. This comes after the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs...
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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 ways we have benefited, but...
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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 the Chippenham parliamentary constituency. Dr...
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Members of the European Parliament have rejected a string of amendments to their Brexit negotiating position which could have protected Gibraltar’s sovereignty and forced the EU to end unlimited migration to Britain. A number of amendments to the European Parliament’s...
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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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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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