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A boat decorated with flags and banners from the 'Fishing for Leave' group campaigning for a 'leave' vote in the EU referendum sail under Westminster Bridge toward the British Houses of Parliament as part of a 'Brexit flotilla' on the river Thames in London on June 15, 2016.

EU Cash Fails To Win Hearts And Minds In Cornwall

The EU has lavished more money on people in Cornwall than any other part of England, but that has not bought it popularity — and many in this remote southwestern peninsula will back Brexit in Thursday’s vote. In the harbour

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Britain’s ‘Craziest Green Project Ever’ Hits the Rocks

Some rare good news from the eco wars: it looks increasingly likely that a lunatic green project to build a £1 billion tidal lagoon across Swansea Bay in South Wales is going to be scrapped. Or so reckons Christopher Booker

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Solar Eclipse Fades to Grey Over UK Skies

The solar eclipse promised to be a spectacular cosmic light show of the kind rarely seen, but for most of Britain the event was a damp squib, thanks to March’s characteristic cloud cover. For some amongst the millions of Britons who