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COCA-COLA: Why are we inviting it?

COCA-COLA: Why are we inviting it?

Am I the only person in Morpeth who is shocked that we should encourage children to visit the tooth-rotting, obesity-encouraging, plastic bottle-dispensing Coca Cola wagon to our streets?

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CONCERT: Supporting therapies

CONCERT: Supporting therapies

Henry Dancer Days would like to thank the Bewick Orchestra for its wonderful concert at St George’s United Reformed Church in aid of the charity.

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ENERGY: Time for coal has passed

ENERGY: Time for coal has passed

Keith Anderson, the chief executive of Scottish Power, has explained his company’s new focus on renewable energy with reference to climate change and the IPCC’s stark warnings.

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BREXIT: Calls growing for new vote

BREXIT: Calls growing for new vote

I was interested to read that in a recent survey carried out in Morpeth by Angels for Europe and North East for Europe the majority of people, irrespective of how they voted in the referendum, thought Brexit was not going well and that they should have a say on the deal the Prime Minister brings back from Brussels, (Morpeth Herald, October 18).

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PLANS: Bungalows will be in demand

PLANS: Bungalows will be in demand

I read with interest your two recent reports concerning planning refusals by Northumberland County Council for new housing on sites at Stannington and Ulgham.

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BREXIT: It’s time to be cautious

BREXIT: It’s time to be cautious

I heard MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan on national radio, saying she would prefer a ‘no deal’ Brexit over the proposals currently on offer as this would ensure that ‘we regain sovereignty over our laws and our borders’.

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POLITICS: Is austerity really ending?

POLITICS: Is austerity really ending?

I wondered why Theresa May announced that the end of austerity was in sight as this could be bounced back at her every time spending restraints make themselves known during the period leading up to the next general election.

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