Johnson Matthey Battery Systems opens new facilities in Milton Keynes

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Milton Keynes, 4 October 2016 – Following the official opening the Lord Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Coventry stated “I was very pleased to open the new facilities for Johnson Matthey Battery Systems last Friday in Milton Keynes. Their relocation and fantastic new facilities will place them in the city of Milton Keynes which is at the heart of electrification, and located in close proximity to key automotive customers in the Midlands”.

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Almost a third of over 50s are in the red, by an average of £12,000
Four million have credit card debt; 1.7 million have a personal loan
Over 50s will spend the next 2.5 years repaying debt
3.4 million say they did not expect to be in debt at their age

Almost six million1 over 50s will be spending the next two-and-a-half years repaying an average of £12,000 debt, new research from Saga Equity Release has uncovered.

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Iran’s Increasing Hostile Rhetoric About Bahrain


London (03 October 2016): Iran has issued 124 statements hostile to Bahrain by senior officials in the first eight months of the year according to Interior Minister Shaikh Rashid Bin Abdullah Al Khalifa. The minister was speaking to a mixed group of citizens from numerous sectors, including business, government, media, civil society and NGOs.

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The Kingdom of Bahrain on track to attract 15.2 million visitors by 2018; Visa fees reduced by more than 75%



London (01 October 2016): Starting today, 1st October 2016, visa fees for entering the Kingdom of Bahrain have been reduced from BD 27 (£55) to BD 5 (£10). This comes as a reflection of the increased demand from international and regional travelers to Bahrain’s tourism market. The market currently comprises approximately 6% of Bahrain’s GDP and is expected to reach $1 billion by 2020.

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100 Days – News Round-up – Leave.EU


Tomorrow marks 100 days since the largest exercise in democracy in the history of our country. On June the 23rd seventeen and a half million patriotic Brits joined together and spoke with one voice, telling a distant Westminster elite that the people they are paid to represent didn’t share their ideological obsession with slowly abolishing our nation and surrendering her government to a set of foreign institutions.

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