Devon stories mentioning Brexit, 2020-02-12–2020-02-14

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CBI calls on Government to fund the Great South West

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News CBI calls on Government to fund the Great South West “The CBI is urging the Government to power up the South West at the upcoming budget. Our budget requests will create jobs, growth and investment throughout the South West" Share Charlotte Turner Business Editor Devon Live, Western Morning News 16:43, 12 FEB 2020 Back the Great South West Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from DevonLive - Weekend Report Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has set out a Budget wishlist w...

Devon MP Geoffrey Cox sacked by Boris Johnson in cabinet reshuffle

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The former Attorney General had been dubbed 'Tory Gandalf' Share Rom Preston-Ellis Senior Regional Content Editor 10:24, 13 FEB 2020 Torridge and West Devon MP Geoffrey Cox (Image: PA) Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from DevonLive - Weekend Report Subscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email Devon MP Geoffrey Cox has been sacked as Attorney General in a brutal cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Rumours had been abound about Mr Cox's role as the top legal advisor for several days. It's been confirmed this morn...

Devon is UK's second-most popular caravaning and camping spot - behind Cornwall

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Soldier shares Wetherspoon location - and gets 165 items from friends Dan Yates, founder of Pitchup.com, said: “2019 was an unsettled year, with uncertainty surrounding Brexit leading to decreased consumer spending. "However, Brits were still looking for a quality holiday - just one closer to home and at a good price - so it comes as little surprise that one of the UK’s favourite holiday destinations, Devon, saw a real boost of interest in its camping and caravanning sites." The figures show that bookings through the site brought in more than £2.8 million to the local economy, equating to a whopping £5.9 million in overall visitor spend. Lady’s Mile Holiday Park had almost 3,700 bookings mad...