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Bolton News
Friends' hearts a-flutter over rare butterfly discoverybred in Scotland for the first time in more than a century after coming across
Bolton News / Posted 5 hours ago
bred in Scotland for the first time in more than a century after coming across a handful of White-letter Hairstreak eggs in East Scotland. The find comes after the declining butterfly was discovered in the country after a 130 year absence in August... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Earthquake in Swansea, Wales felt across Liverpool and Wirral, UK: Thousands report 'violent shaking' - recap - Liverpool Echo People across the region said they felt tremors from epicent
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 hours ago
- Liverpool Echo People across the region said they felt tremors from epicentre in Swansea, Wales Updated17:26, 17 FEB 2018 People took... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Top TV picks for the week aheadand in films. "If you look at the story from the Trojan point of view it becom
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
and in films. "If you look at the story from the Trojan point of view it becomes a very different tale. The Greeks are a western force on an eastern shore demanding justice and retribution, and I think that resonates particularly strongly with a... Read more
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Oldham Chronicle
Did you feel the earth move in Oldham today?has affected parts of England and Wales today (February 17). Shaking has been
Oldham Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
has affected parts of England and Wales today (February 17). Shaking has been reported across south Wales, the south west of England and the Midlands. However, movement was felt much further north at around 2.30pm, including in Oldham,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Earthquake hits South Wales at 4.4 on Richter scalescale as buildings are evacuated and shaking is felt from Cornwall to Preston
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
scale as buildings are evacuated and shaking is felt from Cornwall to Preston It is the biggest earthquake to hit the UK in 10 years and was felt throughout the south-west of England too Reports of tremors also came from the north-west, with... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Earthquake in Wales felt across Liverpool and Wirral, UK - Thousands report 'violent shaking' - Live updates - Liverpool Echo People across the region have said they felt tremors from ep
Liverpool Echo / Posted 9 hours ago
- Liverpool Echo People across the region have said they felt tremors from epicentre in Swansea, Wales Updated15:28, 17 FEB 2018 Hundreds... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Croydon Guardian / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Probationary licences key to cutting car insurance costs for the youngTheir average rise of £92 tops the UK league table, while drivers in north-east
heraldscotland / Posted 14 hours ago
Their average rise of £92 tops the UK league table, while drivers in north-east Scotland and the Highlands face rises of 13 and 10 per cent respectively in 2018. In real terms, Scotland is still the cheapest place to insure a car, according to the... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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The News and Star
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
The News and Star / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Whitehaven News / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Powys County Times
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Powys County Times / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Bury Times
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Bury Times / Posted 14 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Gazette
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Gazette / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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guardian-series
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
guardian-series / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Harrow Times
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Harrow Times / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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This is West Country
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
This is West Country / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Gazette News
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Gazette News / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Bolton News
It’s a pity UK no longer as involved in world affairs, former MI6 boss saysThe UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of th
Bolton News / Posted 15 hours ago
The UK’s engagement in world affairs has diminished following the fallout of the Afghan and Iraq wars, one of the country’s former spymasters has said. Sir John Sawers, the ex-chief of MI6, said it was “a pity” that the country was no longer at the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Parties and prisons: Why Shepton Mallet is worth a day tripFestival capital of the UK? Oh, it’s got to be Shepton Mallet. Definitely. Real
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
Festival capital of the UK? Oh, it’s got to be Shepton Mallet. Definitely. Really! An ancient market town that’s still well known for its cider-making, Shepton Mallet sits in the gentle undulations of the Mendips, nearish to Bath, Wells and... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
House prices rising fastest in North West, says RICSHOUSE prices here in the North West rose the fastest in the UK during January 2
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
HOUSE prices here in the North West rose the fastest in the UK during January 2018, according to RICS, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Prices are expected to keep going up during the next 12 months, says the professional body in its... Read more
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Bolton News
Friends' hearts a-flutter over rare butterfly discoverybred in Scotland for the first time in more than a century after coming across
Bolton News / Posted 19 hours ago
bred in Scotland for the first time in more than a century after coming across a handful of White-letter Hairstreak eggs in East Scotland. The find comes after the declining butterfly was discovered in the country after a 130 year absence in August... Read more
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BBC News
Viewpoint: Chemical weapons ‘threat to West’ - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Family & Education Entertain
BBC News / Posted yesterday
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Family & Education Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Reality Check Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Latin America Viewpoint: Chemical... Read more
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Daily Mail
Brutal weapons of war pictured in colourised imagessniper on patrol in the Ardennes, wearing a snow camouflage suit on January 14,
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
sniper on patrol in the Ardennes, wearing a snow camouflage suit on January 14, 1945. The division had been back in the UK after helping with the invasion of Normandy which began on D-Day, June 6, 1944, but in the Battle of the Bulge the... Read more
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Marie Claire
Ethical Fashion Brands You'll Love To Wearground breaking Bowmont project (creating Merino wool from Lesley Prior, which
Marie Claire / Posted yesterday
ground breaking Bowmont project (creating Merino wool from Lesley Prior, which has the only pure bred Bowmont flock in the UK), chunky fisherman knits and a leading denim range. ASOS have just launched a line of jeans made using a mix of recycled... Read more
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Daily Mail
US blames Russia for crippling 2017 'NotPetya' cyber-attackout to be the 'most destructive and costly in history' The attack last year cr
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
out to be the 'most destructive and costly in history' The attack last year crippled government and business computers in Ukraine It then spread around the world causing billions of dollars in computer damage Ukraine has been locked in conflict... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Top 7 gigs in Cumbria this weekendBritish pop stars of yesteryear come together in a live tour, calling at the Sa
Whitehaven News / Posted yesterday
British pop stars of yesteryear come together in a live tour, calling at the Sands Centre. Icons of the 80s will see Go West, Nik Kershaw and Cutting Crew together in one unique concert going on a nostalgic trip back to pop's heyday. Jamie... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Top 7 gigs in Cumbria this weekendKendal - Thursday 15 American bluegrass band The Railsplitters return to Cumbr
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
Kendal - Thursday 15 American bluegrass band The Railsplitters return to Cumbria for the second time on their spring UK tour when they appear at the Brewery Arts Centre. The band draws on a range of influences, including folk and roots,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Open Letter to UN On Detentions, Use of Excessive Force in Sudanpeaceful protestors with sticks and batons and fired tear gas and live ammuniti
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
peaceful protestors with sticks and batons and fired tear gas and live ammunition into crowds. On January 7, in El Geneina, West Darfur one student was killed and six other students were injured after joint forces of the National Intelligence and... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Number of Norfolk bus passengers drops by several million within three years33.8 journeys per head of population. But figures from 2016/17 show a 9.8pc dr
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
33.8 journeys per head of population. But figures from 2016/17 show a 9.8pc drop in passenger numbers, decreasing to its lowest point at 27.3m - around 30.5 journeys per person. The numbers have steadily decreased over time, with 28.8m passenger... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
NAAME 2018: East Anglia’s innovators urged to be ambitious with new technologies David Morgan, chief executive of MSF Technologies. Picture: Bethany Whymark.
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
David Morgan, chief executive of MSF Technologies. Picture: Bethany Whymark. Innovative East of England companies should not be afraid to “think big” when considering... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
NAAME 2018: The East Anglian companies leading the way in next-generation manufacturing From left, George Duller, production manager, and Felix Fried, director, at 3
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
From left, George Duller, production manager, and Felix Fried, director, at 3D printing services firm ProdPoint, based in Clopton in Suffolk. Picture: Bethany... Read more
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Daily Mail
Flying solo! Prince Harry visits young athletes without Meghanand serve lunch to young athletes at a half-term sports camp Prince is visitin
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
and serve lunch to young athletes at a half-term sports camp Prince is visiting Fit and Fed half-term in Brent, north west London Will get an update on free sport and nutritious food programme for youngsters Harry will meet young volunteers... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
‘One Norwich show left me with head in hands on a see-saw’: Edinburgh best stand-up John Kearns returns with new showJohn Kearns became his own tough act to follow. But after a successful run at
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 days ago
John Kearns became his own tough act to follow. But after a successful run at the Soho Theatre in the heart of London’s West End, the comic, who studied at the University of East Anglia, is returning to Norwich with his latest bold, funny and... Read more
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Channel 4 News
Why the conspiracy theories about George Soros don’t stack upoutlets. Here’s what we know. Who is George Soros? Soros is a Hungarian-born
Channel 4 News / Posted 2 days ago
outlets. Here’s what we know. Who is George Soros? Soros is a Hungarian-born businessman and investor, who moved to the UK in 1947, aged 17. He famously bet against the value of the pound in 1992, making a profit of around £1 billion when the... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
‘We must work together to support advanced manufacturing’ – Call to region as NAAME conference beginsPicture: Bethany Whymark. Advanced manufacturing and engineering is going to b
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Picture: Bethany Whymark. Advanced manufacturing and engineering is going to become an ever-more important sector in East Anglia – and the region’s leaders must do what they can to support its expansion. This is the key message espoused by... Read more
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