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  • Claire Cohen | Fiona Woolf quits: Everyone has a social life. Did she really have to walk?

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  • So we were up 13 points in Rochester last week. Now up by 15. And our numbers ha...

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  • Anthony Wells | Survation poll in Rochester has UKIP lead growing to 15 points

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  • Govt to cut solar subsidies

    The Government will end some of the subsidies available for solar power after the Environment Secretary described large-scale solar farms as a “blight on the countryside”. Liz Truss will stop the grants of £100 per acre that is converted into a solar farm, which come from the Common Agricultural Policy, amid concerns abo...

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