Who will fund the £114 million broadband investment?

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“While investment in broadband has been shown to improve the economy meaning that public spending can be seen to boost the economy, it appears the boost in funding for the 10 largest cities will be at the expense of the other projects. The press release from DCMS indicates that the total investment up until 2015 of £830m has not changed.

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A Virtuous Circle: Partnership between The Prince’s Trust and KashFlow designed to inspire ‘Generation DIY’

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KashFlow to invest in unique partnership to help a new generation of startups.

KashFlow Accounting Software, the cloud-based technology enterprise, has agreed a partnership with youth charity The Prince’s Trust, combining real-world advice with practical support and significant financial backing for young people looking to start their own businesses. This will work in conjunction with The Prince’s Trust’s Enterprise programme that helps unemployed young people to set up in business.

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Over the last several weeks, I have received emails from some of our supporters who say they think the system is so broken it cannot be fixed and our efforts are futile. They are angry at the Republican nominee who does not fight hard enough for our core values. They are angry at the Republican “leadership” in the House who are spineless and unable to make any real spending cuts.

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UKIP Chairman’s Newsletter

UKIP’s recent South East Conference was a resounding success, featuring speeches by new UKIP member and media personality Mike Read, Daily Express columnist Patrick O’Flynn and of course UKIP Leader Nigel Farage. You can watch the speeches online now by clicking the names.

UKIP has come out strongly against the deportation of Isimeli Baleiwai, who served 13 years in the British Armed Forces. Please read about his case and sign the petition against his deportation here.

With UKIP’s momentum continuing to grow, Nigel Farage has been busy as ever promoting our message in the media, recently appearing on BBC Radio. In addition he has just featured in an extensive article on the BBC website in which Nigel confirms he remains in talks with two Conservative MPs who are thinking about defecting to UKIP.

The Observer also carried an interesting article recently on Nigel Farage and UKIP that is worth a read.

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Please pass on this email to any friends and colleagues you think may be interested in UKIP by clicking the ‘forward this email’ button above. We rely on you to help spread our message.

Leading economist and UKIP member Professor Tim Congdon has come out with new research that shows the EU is costing each household a whopping £750 per year.

We have also come out on the offensive as a Party in arguing that Labour supporters should come over to UKIP, following Ed Miliband’s point blank refusal of an EU referendum.

Do remember you can now book your place at September’s Conference in Birmingham online here.
Yours Sincerely,

Steve Crowther
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A Norwich Green Party councillor warns that the Climate Change Act is being ignored and a Government Climate watchdog needs to show it’s teeth if the UK is to meet its carbon emissions targets on transport.

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Norwich Green Party Planning to concrete over high carbon grass and dangerous trees

Green Party Climate Fraudsters demand further self-evisceration by Coalition Government. A Norwich Green Party councillor warns that the Climate Change Act is being ignored and a Government Climate watchdog needs to show it’s teeth if the UK is to meet its carbon emissions targets on transport.

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Betrayed British pensioners move funds out of Britain

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British pensioners and those on the brink of retirement feel “betrayed” by the coalition government’s economic policies – and, as a result, a growing number are considering moving their retirement funds out of the UK, says the boss of the world’s largest independent financial advisory group.

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