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  • The EU now wants its own intelligence service!

    The need for the establishment of a European Intelligence Agency was set out by European Commissioner for Fundamental Rights and Justice, Viviane Reding, in an interview with the Greek paper “Naftemporiki”.

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    • 25 years after the ‘Bruges Speech’, Britain is gearing up for a major renegotiation with Europe

      Today (20 September) is the anniversary of Margaret Thatcher’s momentous 1988 Bruges speech, which marked a turning point in British attitudes to what is now the European Union.

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      • Stong support for Sizewell Development

        The East of England plays a key role in fuelling UK electricity generation. We have a key strategic gas facility, nuclear power from Sizewell, and a vast array of offshore wind turbines. The UK fuel mix is currently 41% gas; 29% coal; 19% nuclear; and 9% renewables.

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        • Funding Awarded for Transport Projects

          Today (11 July), Governments of EU Member States are set to approve funding for European transport projects over the coming years.


          The East of England is well represented with 3 bids worth a total of almost £13 million.

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          • Tough on Immigration

            There is no more important issue than immigration in terms of the future of our country. I am one of the few politicians who has consistently campaigned for tough immigration controls, not just in the last few months but over the last 12 years. It’s on the record. We are now seeing the results.

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