August 8, 2019

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Climate change activists arrested in London protest plead not guilty

THREE Godalming Extinction rebellion activists arrested at the April Climate Change Emergency protests in London and charged with public order offences, appeared in court on July 19.

New trade minister Liz Truss had private talks in US with libertarian groups

Fears for weakening of UK’s food safety and animal welfare standards in any deal with America   Sun 4 Aug 2019

New oil plan fears

NEWS that not one but two oil companies want to drill at Dunsfold has fanned fears there could eventually be wells every two to four miles across the Weald.

Chief fire officer ousted to make way for hatchet job on service, union warns

20 July 2018 Cuts South East

Surrey’s Chief Fire Officer Russell Pearson has been removed from post just months after he was awarded the Queen’s Fire Service Medal, it has been revealed today (20 July).

Clegg: Osborne casually cut welfare for poorest to boost Tory popularity

Former deputy PM says ‘cynical’ ex-chancellor was not bothered about human consequences

Nick Clegg has accused the former chancellor George Osborne of casually cutting the benefits of the poorest people in society because he believed taking the austerity axe to welfare would boost Conservative popularity   -More