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Lancashire Telegraph
Controversial plans for 16 more wind turbines at Scout Moor passed despite concernsCONTROVERSIAL plans for more wind turbines on East Lancashire’s moorlands have
Controversial plans for 16 more wind turbines at Scout Moor passed despite concerns
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
CONTROVERSIAL plans for more wind turbines on East Lancashire’s moorlands have been passed – despite fears over the view and the ‘thud and swish’ of the proposed 115-metre high structures. Bosses at Peel Energy and United Utilities survived a vote... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Gerry Harvey milks it with a dairy deal for Harvey NormanYou no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector
Gerry Harvey milks it with a dairy deal for Harvey Norman
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 hours ago
You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While... Read more
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WA Today
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diaryYou no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diary
WA Today / Posted 15 hours ago
You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously thought a little something extra was... Read more
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The Age
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diaryYou no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diary
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously thought a little something extra was... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diaryYou no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diary
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously thought a little something extra was... Read more
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Canberra Times
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diaryYou no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diary
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously thought a little something extra was... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diaryIllustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash
Forget the plasma TV, Gerry Harvey is selling his retail shop Harvey Norman on the benefits of diary
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. You no longer need to be a billionaire to cash in on the next China boom sector, thanks to retail king Gerry Harvey. While consumers have picked themselves up from the spending doldrums, the billionaire obviously... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Traveller planning rules tightened this weekNew planning rules designed to support the travellers will only apply to those
Traveller planning rules tightened this week
Reading Evening Post / Posted yesterday
New planning rules designed to support the travellers will only apply to those who lead a genuine travelling lifestyle. The new measure which comes into force this week in Berkshire is part of a wider nationwide crackdown on unauthorised occupation... Read more
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Socialist Worker
The things they say‘We should be looking at HS2 as motorways for trains and the HS2 stations shoul
The things they say
Socialist Worker / Posted yesterday
‘We should be looking at HS2 as motorways for trains and the HS2 stations should be hubs and we want spokes going into them’ Tory transport minister Andrew Jones used to work in marketing ‘The next PM will be Miliband if you don’t f****** shut... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Alberta Minister of Finance says deficit to hit $5.9 billion, or more, in first quarter fiscal updateRecord government spending combined with a mild economic recession means Albert
Alberta Minister of Finance says deficit to hit $5.9 billion, or more, in first quarter fiscal update
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Record government spending combined with a mild economic recession means Alberta’s new NDP government will post an annual deficit north of $5.9 billion this fiscal year — and that’s before things get worse. Finance Minister Joe Ceci said that if... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Developer disputes total housing need for St Albans district The proposed site of Sewell Park development A recent planning appeal has ex
Developer disputes total housing need for St Albans district
Herts Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
The proposed site of Sewell Park development A recent planning appeal has exposed cracks in the district council’s efforts to meet the area’s future housing needs. But the authority’s... Read more
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chroniclelive
The next big job for Boris Johnson - securing our future energy supplyIt’s an eventful time for Britain’s energy industry. Energy Secretary Amber Ru
The next big job for Boris Johnson - securing our future energy supply
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
It’s an eventful time for Britain’s energy industry. Energy Secretary Amber Rudd and Communities Secretary Greg Clark have recently announced new measures to fast-track fracking applications, unleashing a torrent of criticism from campaign... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Possible abduction at Central Plains USD 112Holyrood—On Thursday a possible abduction happened at Central Plains USD 112.
Possible abduction at Central Plains USD 112
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Holyrood—On Thursday a possible abduction happened at Central Plains USD 112. A child walking home from Central Plains Elementary School was approached by an elderly man driving a late-model blue minivan. The man offered the child a ride home, but... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
'Southern Powerhouse' could create thousands of homes and jobsTHOUSANDS of new jobs and homes could be created if bids for a 'Southern Powerh
'Southern Powerhouse' could create thousands of homes and jobs
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
THOUSANDS of new jobs and homes could be created if bids for a 'Southern Powerhouse' in Hampshire get the nod from Government ministers. The county's council leaders have signed a letter to a top Conservative minister outlining their plans for how... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Fatcats are paying £2,500 each to spend the day with 26 Tory ministers including David Cameron and George Osborne. Business chiefs will have three h
Fatcats are paying £2,500 each to spend the day with 26 Tory ministers
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
including David Cameron and George Osborne. Business chiefs will have three hours to meet ministers who spend millions in their field - including defence, housing, digital... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
New calls for public inquiry into Lime Street plansA second national heritage group is calling on the Government to investigate pl
New calls for public inquiry into Lime Street plans
Liverpool Echo / Posted 8 days ago
A second national heritage group is calling on the Government to investigate plans to demolish the Futurist Cinema as part of The Cinema Theatre Association intends to request that Communities and Local Government minister Greg Clark “calls in” the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Campaigners make last-ditch appeal to save historic OdeonCampaigners were mounting a last-ditch bid today to save the Kensington Odeon f
Campaigners make last-ditch appeal to save historic Odeon
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
Campaigners were mounting a last-ditch bid today to save the Kensington Odeon from being turned into a housing development. The historic cinema is set to screen Othello and the music drama We Are Your Friends as its final offerings on bank holiday... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Critics call for the Alberta NDP to slow down as oil price dropsCritics are calling on Alberta's NDP government to pitch its flagship policies
Critics call for the Alberta NDP to slow down as oil price drops
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Critics are calling on Alberta's NDP government to pitch its flagship policies overboard as a sharp drop in global stock markets sunk the U.S. benchmark for crude oil below $40 per barrel on Monday. A nine per cent drop in China shares combined with... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The public is scared of fracking. Trying to force it on them is a huge mistakeWorse, the opening of new areas to fracking risks broadening what is already ra
The public is scared of fracking. Trying to force it on them is a huge mistake
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Worse, the opening of new areas to fracking risks broadening what is already rapidly increasing opposition to the technology. Friends of the Earth boasts that “wherever fracking has been proposed, it has been opposed by local people”, and if anything... Read more
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International Business Times
George Osborne extends starter homes scheme to tackle countryside 'shortage scandal' Developers will soon be able to build on previously unused land in England in a
George Osborne extends starter homes scheme to tackle countryside 'shortage scandal'
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
Developers will soon be able to build on previously unused land in England in a bid to tackle the "scandalous" shortage of homes in rural communities, under new plans announced by George Osborne on 20 August. The chancellor wants to extend the... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
‘New towers will photobomb us’ warn Camden campaigners What the new Swiss Cottage tower will look like Campaigners fighting proposa
‘New towers will photobomb us’ warn Camden campaigners
The Ham&High Network / Posted 15 days ago
What the new Swiss Cottage tower will look like Campaigners fighting proposals to build what would be one of the tallest towers in Camden urged the communities secretary to throw out the... Read more
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chroniclelive
Northern Powerhouse bid by North East leaders nears deadline - but what does it all mean?As the deadline fast approaches for the bid by North East leaders to be given m
Northern Powerhouse bid by North East leaders nears deadline - but what does it all mean?
chroniclelive / Posted 16 days ago
As the deadline fast approaches for the bid by North East leaders to be given more powers from Government, today we begin a week long series about devolution and the region’s chances of becoming a Northern Powerhouse. Mike Kelly reports. For North... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Takeaways from New Zealand's Victory over AustraliaAustralia won the first game in the series to give themselves a chance of winni
Takeaways from New Zealand's Victory over Australia
Bleacher Report / Posted 17 days ago
Australia won the first game in the series to give themselves a chance of winning the cup, but the All Blacks ran rampant over the Wallabies to keep the trophy for the 13th consecutive year. Here are the key takeaways from the match ahead of the... Read more
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Sussex Express
Decisions on fracking could be taken away from Sussex authorities Celebrations as Celtique Energie's application to drill for oil and gas at Fer
Decisions on fracking could be taken away from Sussex authorities
Sussex Express / Posted 18 days ago
Celebrations as Celtique Energie's application to drill for oil and gas at Fernhurst is rejected by the SDNPA SUS-141109-124813001 Decisions on fracking could be taken away from local... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Decisions on fracking could be taken away from Sussex authorities - Chichester Observer with your email account {* traditionalSignIn_emailAddre
Decisions on fracking could be taken away from Sussex authorities
Chichester Observer / Posted 18 days ago
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Calgary Sun
Alberta Party calling for power price investigationThe Alberta Party is asking the province’s electricity watchdog to investigate
Alberta Party calling for power price investigation
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 days ago
The Alberta Party is asking the province’s electricity watchdog to investigate spring power price spikes in the wake of a scathing ruling from the Alberta Utilities Commission. On July 27, the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) released a more-than... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Previewing Bledisloe Cup: Wallabies Look to Break Kiwi DominanceAustralia enjoyed a surprise victory over arch-rivals New Zealand in the first
Previewing Bledisloe Cup: Wallabies Look to Break Kiwi Dominance
Bleacher Report / Posted 19 days ago
Australia enjoyed a surprise victory over arch-rivals New Zealand in the first 2015 Bledisloe Cup Test, but they must now beat New Zealand at Eden Park to break the All Blacks' 12-year dominance of the trophy. The Wallabies' 27-19 victory crowned... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Mixed reaction to council planning freeze Yatton No Moor Development action group with their banner. A decision which
Mixed reaction to council planning freeze
Weston Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
Yatton No Moor Development action group with their banner. A decision which has frozen all major planning applications in North Somerset has been met with both concern and praise from housing action groups... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Western Australian draft prospect Greg Clark recalls playing on Patrick CrippsGREG Clark remembers the match vividly. It was the day he discovered what leve
Western Australian draft prospect Greg Clark recalls playing on Patrick Cripps
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
GREG Clark remembers the match vividly. It was the day he discovered what level he needed to reach in his final under-age year of footy to give himself the best chance of being drafted to an AFL club. In Round 18, 2013 — the WAFL Colts Super Round... Read more
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Perth Now
Cripps tutorial inspires WA’s ClarkGreg Clark gets his kick away against Victoria Metro at Simonds Stadium. Pictur
Cripps tutorial inspires WA’s Clark
Perth Now / Posted 19 days ago
Greg Clark gets his kick away against Victoria Metro at Simonds Stadium. Picture: Colleen Petch. GREG Clark remembers the match vividly. It was the day he discovered what level he needed to reach in his final under-age year of footy to give himself... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Fast-tracking fracking plans ‘very alarming’CONTROVERSIAL new proposals to fast-track planning applications to frack for sh
Fast-tracking fracking plans ‘very alarming’
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
CONTROVERSIAL new proposals to fast-track planning applications to frack for shale gas were announced by the government last night. Cabinet ministers Amber Rudd and Greg Clark revealed a new process to stop local councils delaying proposals for the... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Fears over impact of planning freeze FEARS have been raised a ‘blanket hold’ on planning decisions for large housi
Fears over impact of planning freeze
Weston Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
FEARS have been raised a ‘blanket hold’ on planning decisions for large housing applications in North Somerset will give developers an advantage over North Somerset Council planners. The council announced last... Read more
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Plastics and Rubber Weekly
Shale gas applications to be fast-trackedShale gas planning applications will be fast-tracked through a new, dedicated p
Shale gas applications to be fast-tracked
Plastics and Rubber Weekly / Posted 20 days ago
Shale gas planning applications will be fast-tracked through a new, dedicated planning process, under measures announced today. Energy and climate change Secretary Amber Rudd and communities secretary Greg Clark today have announced plans that will... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Government could push through fracking applications if councils delay Protesters from Don't Frack Lancashire. Photo: Friends of the Earth Fracking
Government could push through fracking applications if councils delay
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 20 days ago
Protesters from Don't Frack Lancashire. Photo: Friends of the Earth Fracking planing applications that are being held up by local councils could be fast-tracked by Government,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Gazette
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Gazette / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Bolton News
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Bolton News / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Bury Times
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Bury Times / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Harrow Times
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Harrow Times / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Gazette News
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Gazette News / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Northern Echo
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Under the new measures, t he Communities Secretary Greg Clark will actively con
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Northern Echo / Posted 21 days ago
Under the new measures, t he Communities Secretary Greg Clark will actively consider "calling in" or taking over determining any application for shale gas exploration and extraction from local councils. Councils that repeatedly fail to take longer... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning a
Ministers 'could take over fracking applications'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
Ministers could take over decision-making from local councils on any planning application for fracking under new measures. The Government has said it is going "all out for shale", but oil and gas companies keen to exploit the resource have come up... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Is it the end of the line for Green Belt homes project behind St Albans Girls’ School? The four-year planning row over a controversial Green Belt housing developmen
Is it the end of the line for Green Belt homes project behind St Albans Girls’ School?
Herts Advertiser / Posted 21 days ago
The four-year planning row over a controversial Green Belt housing development has been dealt a death blow by new Communities Secretary, Greg Clark. Just one... Read more
22d
EuroNews
Varying reactions around Europe to new migrant waveAs Europe struggles to cope with a surge in the number of migrants, the Europea
Varying reactions around Europe to new migrant wave
EuroNews / Posted 22 days ago
As Europe struggles to cope with a surge in the number of migrants, the European Commission has approved 2.4 billion euros of aid over six years for member countries. Italy is to receive the most aid, nearly 560 million euros, while Greece will... Read more
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This is West Country
Landlords who fail to remove illegal immigrants could face jailLANDLORDS who fail to remove illegal immigrants who do not have the right to li
Landlords who fail to remove illegal immigrants could face jail
This is West Country / Posted 22 days ago
LANDLORDS who fail to remove illegal immigrants who do not have the right to live in the UK, or who do not carry out checks on their status before renting out properties, could face up to five years in jail. New measures to enable private landlords... Read more
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