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Supreme Court ruling response

“I am disappointed by the outcome of this case. There were strong legal arguments put forward on both sides, and ultimately I had hoped that the government’s case would prevail because it would have reduced the risk of even greater delay to the British people’s decision to leave the European Union. “Nevertheless, the ruling has […]

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Impact of the Landfill Directive

Dear Editor, As a UKIP MEP I obviously look forward to the day we get our country back and are free of the EU shackles. Having to dance to their tune is just wrong and I am thrilled that we voted to make our own music in last June’s Referendum. Meanwhile, though not everyone is […]

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Greater emphasis needed on academic standards

A study showing that 90% of secondary schools in Redcar and Cleveland have worse than expected progress scores demonstrates the need for greater emphasis on academic standards, said local MEP Jonathan Arnott today. The findings have emerged through new ‘Progress 8’ statistics following the 2016 GCSE results. Progress 8 is a measure of average pupil […]

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Football must be a safe environment for our children

Dear Editor I would like to take this opportunity to praise all those who have come forward to report sexual abuse suffered whilst taking part in youth football. This is an incredibly brave thing to do and not only does it ensure that we can punish those responsible for these despicable crimes, but it also […]

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Labour are worried that their pro-EU message may not be resonating with voters

Dear Editor, The media has reported that senior Labour figures have blamed their poor performance (a drop from second to fourth) in the Sleaford by election on difficulties caused by voters’ focus on Brexit. It seems that some in Labour are worried that the pro-EU, pro-uncontrolled immigration, anti-patriotic, anti-monarchy and anti-armed forces message so beloved […]