I read with interest a recent article on the gloomy predictions over Brexit.
We have seen much written and said about the decision by Nissan not to begin production of a new model of car in Sunderland.
I was shocked and frankly disturbed to read that the chief executive of Women's Aid, Katie Ghose, is stepping down from the charity after complaints from black and minority ethnic women's refuges about her public praise for UKIP.
Northamptonshire MEP Margot Parker has spoken out after it was revealed the county council has increased spending on consultancies, despite nearly going bankrupt.
I note that a group calling for a vote on a final deal for Brexit are heading to Arnold tomorrow to gather supportt for the so-called People's Vote Campaign.
Margot Parker MEP has reacted to the news of a woman becoming the first in the UK to be found guilty of female genital mutilation, (FGM).