• Spanish police and Customs seize 3.2 tonnes of cannabis resin

    Spanish police and Customs seize 3.2 tonnes of cannabis resin

    • October 31, 2018

    Spanish law enforcement agencies seized nearly 3.3 tonnes of cannabis resin and arrested eight people in an operation targeting drug traffickers operating in the Strait of Gibraltar. Police officers set up a surveillance operation in the northeast corner of the bay of Gibraltar near San Roque after a Customs helicopter spotted a suspicious rigid-hulled inflatable

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  • Falkland Islands will remain British regardless of Brexit outcome – Hunt

    Falkland Islands will remain British regardless of Brexit outcome – Hunt

    • October 31, 2018

    The Falkland Islands will remain British regardless of whether a Brexit deal is achieved, the Foreign Secretary has said. Jeremy Hunt was asked by Tory Kevin Foster to assert there will be “no question” of undermining the South Atlantic archipelago’s status as British territory. It followed a suggestion from Argentina’s foreign minister, Jorge Faurie, that

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  • Spanish police and Customs seize 3.2 tonnes of cannabis resin

    Spanish police and Customs seize 3.2 tonnes of cannabis resin

    • October 30, 2018

    Spanish law enforcement agencies seized nearly 3.3 tonnes of cannabis resin and arrested eight people in an operation targeting drug traffickers operating in the Strait of Gibraltar. Police officers set up a surveillance operation in the northeast corner of the bay of Gibraltar near San Roque after a Customs helicopter spotted a suspicious rigid-hulled inflatable

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  • Chris Grayling admits talks on UK-EU post-Brexit flights have not begun

    Chris Grayling admits talks on UK-EU post-Brexit flights have not begun

    • October 29, 2018

    By Neil Lancefield, Press Association Transport Correspondent Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has insisted that flights between the UK and EU will not be grounded after Brexit despite admitting that talks on route access have not begun. He told a gathering of UK airport bosses that the “process is not in our hands”. The single market

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  • EU lists air pollution hotspots as UN warns over child health impact

    EU lists air pollution hotspots as UN warns over child health impact

    • October 29, 2018

    By Jan M Olsen Air quality across Europe is slowly improving, but harmful emissions remain stubbornly high in some countries, according to a study released by the European Environment Agency (EEA). The Copenhagen-based body calculated that air pollution caused more than half a million premature deaths across Europe in 2015 – mostly from tiny airborne

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  • European air pollution slowly improving – but still well over UN limits

    European air pollution slowly improving – but still well over UN limits

    • October 29, 2018

    By Associated Press Reporters The European Union’s environmental agency says air pollution is slowly improving across the continent but still exceeds the bloc’s limits and guidelines from the UN health agency. The European Environment Agency has issued its 2018 report on air quality and said emissions from road traffic, agriculture, energy production, industry and households

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