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Full steam ahead for Coventry Station masterplan

Full steam ahead for Coventry Station masterplan

An £82 million plan to regenerate the fastest growing railway station outside London has been welcomed by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He said he was “delighted” to see the masterplan… Continue Reading »

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Euro court ruling makes UK citizens second class

Euro court ruling makes UK citizens second class

A European Court of Justice ruling has been slammed by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver claiming it makes UK residents second class citizens in their own country.

Mr Carver was referring t… Continue Reading »

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We can get on with trade agreements now

We can get on with trade agreements now

Negotiations on post-Brexit trade agreements can and must get started before Britain leaves the EU, insists West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He said: “As the agreements will not come into… Continue Reading »

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Frustrating to watch!

Frustrating to watch!

UKIP MEP James Carver said it was “frustrating” to watch the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee vote in favour of a dedicated budget and more tools to strengthen the union’s foreign… Continue Reading »

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Thumbs up for techno uni

Thumbs up for techno uni

Up to £15 million of funding towards the setting up of a new ‘greenfield’ university in Herefordshire specialising in high-quality engineering courses, has been welcomed by the region’s UKIP MEP… Continue Reading »

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This could destroy the EU

This could destroy the EU

As I said three months ago, conflicting political interests between the EU regions of the North, South and East, risk tearing the union apart.

Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic understan… Continue Reading »

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Don't ignore the elephant in the room

Don't ignore the elephant in the room

The elephant in the room just got a whole lot bigger following the publication of the European Parliament’s latest “superstate” vision for ever closer unity, warns UKIP MEP James Carver.

From… Continue Reading »

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Huge growth in revenue for Worcestershire businesses

Huge growth in revenue for Worcestershire businesses

Latest figures showing that Worcestershire’s top 50 mid-sized companies have grown by a massive 64 per cent in three years, have been welcomed by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

The Worc… Continue Reading »

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The cracks are beginning to appear

The cracks are beginning to appear

The European Council’s president’s speech today highlights that the cracks are beginning to appear, warns West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He said: “Donald Tusk is a worried man – worried… Continue Reading »

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Key role in leadership team

Key role in leadership team

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has secured a key position in Henry Bolton’s new leadership team.

He joins the top table as Assistant Deputy Leader, along with fellow MEP Mike Hookem.

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MPs move to block Theresa May from signing ‘no deal’ Brexit

MPs move to block Theresa May from signing ‘no deal’ Brexit

Why doesn’t Ken Clarke and his gang, some Labour, SNP, Liberal Democrat and Green MPS, understand that by fighting to give Parliament the ability to veto, or prevent by other legal means, a bad … Continue Reading »

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Action needed to close the attainment gap

Action needed to close the attainment gap

New figures showing Gypsy and Traveller children are the least likely to succeed at school of any ethnic group, have been described as shocking  by UKIP MEP James Carver 

Mr Carver, who repre… Continue Reading »

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Call for CCTV cameras on ferry decks

Call for CCTV cameras on ferry decks

A call for CCTV cameras to be installed on all passenger ferries has been made by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He made the appeal while speaking in the European Parliament in support … Continue Reading »

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New leader is great news for UKIP

New leader is great news for UKIP

Exciting times are ahead for UKIP with Henry Bolton as the party's new leader, said West Midlands MEP James Carver.

As the first UKIP MEP to come out in support of the former police and army offi… Continue Reading »

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Midlands engine revs up a gear

Midlands engine revs up a gear

The publication of a blueprint for major economic growth across the Midlands has been welcomed by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver as a “bold and ambitious” plan.

The Midlands Engine Visio… Continue Reading »

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Plea to halt PCCs' fire takeover bid

Plea to halt PCCs' fire takeover bid

West Midlands MEP James Carver is calling on the Home Secretary to abandon controversial plans for police and crime commissioners to take over fire authorities.

Mr Carver, whose area includes… Continue Reading »

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High time Labour remoaners signed off

High time Labour remoaners signed off

The Labour MPs who signed an open letter published in the Observer at the weekend, seeking membership of the single market post-Brexit must be naïve if they can’t see the potential damage to neg… Continue Reading »

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Sad passing of a Brexiteer

Sad passing of a Brexiteer

Condolences to the family of lifelong passionate Eurosceptic Sir Teddy Taylor, whose death was announced yesterday.

He opposed the UK’s entry into the Common Market, was a stalwart of the Maa… Continue Reading »

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Delight at dairy giant's massive investment in Shropshire

Delight at dairy giant's massive investment in Shropshire

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver is "delighted" at the news German-owned Muller is investing £100 million in its Shropshire factories.

He said : "It is great news for the county's economy … Continue Reading »

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TV slot on politics show

TV slot on politics show

Tune into this week's BBC Sunday Politics programme at 11.30am to hear James talking about the UKIP leadership race, the relevance of the party now and his hopes for its future - hopefully with … Continue Reading »

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Re-think urged over hospital stroke unit closure plan

Re-think urged over hospital stroke unit closure plan

A West Midlands politician is calling for a re-think over proposals to close stroke services at Walsall Manor Hospital.

The plan, currently out to consultation, is to close the hyper-acute st… Continue Reading »

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We must never surrender control of our own defence

We must never surrender control of our own defence

We must not allow the Government to surrender control of UK defence to the EU as described in its Defence Partnership Paper, warns West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He said: “The language … Continue Reading »

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Britain's maritime industry will make waves post-Brexit

Britain's maritime industry will make waves post-Brexit

A Government pledge that it will work with Britain’s lucrative maritime industry to make it a world leader, has been welcomed by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He said: “I am delighted … Continue Reading »

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The UK must stay Gibraltar's rock

The UK must stay Gibraltar's rock

Following Gibraltar’s National day yesterday, West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver said it was good to hear the Rock’s  chief minister was keen to forge even stronger ties with the UK after Brexi… Continue Reading »

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MPs urged to support Withdrawal Bill

MPs urged to support Withdrawal Bill

MPs must support the Withdrawal Bill to avoid a “chaotic” exit from the European Union, insists West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

Speaking as the Commons prepares for today’s Second Readin… Continue Reading »

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Government urged to sprint on with Brum's Games bid

Government urged to sprint on with Brum's Games bid

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver is pressing the Government to bid for Birmingham to host the Commonwealth Games in 2022.

His plea follows the announcement that Midlands’ capital has beate… Continue Reading »

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TUC risks becoming an irrelevance

TUC risks becoming an irrelevance

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver is urging the TUC to save itself from annihilation by pulling back from its anti-Brexit stance at next week’s conference and support the majority view of its … Continue Reading »

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A defining moment in the leadership race

A defining moment in the leadership race

West Midlands MEP James Carver is “over the moon” at the news that Nigel Farage is acting as Henry Bolton’s political referee in UKIP’s leadership race.

The announcement was tweeted by Mr Bol… Continue Reading »

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Solutions to costly unauthorised Gypsy encampments

Solutions to costly unauthorised Gypsy encampments

A West Midlands politician is urging councils to follow Sandwell’s lead and open transit sites for Gypsies and Travellers in a bid to crack down on costly unauthorised camps.

James Carver, a … Continue Reading »

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European Court of Justice must not be allowed to sneak in through the back door

European Court of Justice must not be allowed to sneak in through the back door

In negotiating the end of the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK, we must be mindful not to allow it back in through the back door, warns West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver… Continue Reading »

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Electoral reform is needed for a modern democracy

Electoral reform is needed for a modern democracy

Here in the UK, we are not generally quick to embrace change and indeed relish our traditions, but sometimes change is for the better and some traditions are best consigned to the history books,… Continue Reading »

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James Carver backs Henry Bolton's bid to become UKIP leader

James Carver backs Henry Bolton's bid to become UKIP leader

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has today announced he is backing international security expert Henry Bolton as his party’s next leader.

With 10 candidates now standing for the role followi… Continue Reading »

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Call for action to halt escalating cost of rural crime

Call for action to halt escalating cost of rural crime

West Midlands MEP James Carver is calling for more action to combat rural crime after latest figures reveal the cost to Worcestershire has soared by almost a third.

The county was the 10th wo… Continue Reading »

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Comedy show belittling Brexit voters is no joke

Comedy show belittling Brexit voters  is no joke

A UKIP MEP has hit out at the BBC for spending licence-payers’ money on a spoof comedy show aimed at mocking the majority of the British people who voted for Brexit.

Steve Coogan’s inept char… Continue Reading »

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Rural businesses urged to tap into EU funds

Rural businesses urged to tap into EU funds

A Worcestershire MEP is urging businesses to take advantage of Pie and Pint workshops where they can find out about European Union funding opportunities.

The sessions, which are being held in… Continue Reading »

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No deal is better than a bad deal

No deal is better than a bad deal

The weekend’s Telegraph claims that the Government could pay up to £36 billion in a financial settlement with the EU if Brussels agrees to negotiate it “as part of a deal on future relations, in… Continue Reading »

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Reasons to be cheerful

Reasons to be cheerful

The International Monetary Fund’s latest prediction of solid global growth over the next two years has been welcomed by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He said the significant increase i… Continue Reading »

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Call for price cap on energy prices

Call for price cap on energy prices

West Midlands MEP James Carver is urging the region’s MPs to support cross-party calls for the Prime Minister to keep her manifesto promise to cap the price of gas and electricity to stop energy… Continue Reading »

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The myth of the EU's "single voice"

The myth of the EU's "single voice"

The notion that the EU states will put up a unified block to Britain’s Brexit negotiations, forcing us to submissively settle for a less than acceptable outcome is simply a myth, says West Midla… Continue Reading »

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Sainsbury's urged to rethink ditching of Fairtrade tea

Sainsbury's urged to rethink  ditching of Fairtrade tea

A leading West Midlands politician is backing a national campaign calling on Sainsbury’s to reverse its controversial decision to drop Fairtrade tea. 

So far 90,000 people have signed an onli… Continue Reading »

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Report from Abu Dhabi's English language newspaper The National

Report from Abu Dhabi's English language newspaper The National

Supporters of the Southern Transitional Council attend a rally to demand the secession of south Yemen, in the southern port city on July 7, 2017.

A recent protest by tens of thousands of Yeme… Continue Reading »

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Backing campaign to save Kidderminster's green belt

Backing campaign to save Kidderminster's green belt

A battle to save green belt land on the edge of Kidderminster’s Spennells estate from development is being backed by West Midlands MEP James Carver.

Proposals to plough up productive barley f… Continue Reading »

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Time the council turned over a new leaf

Time the council turned over a new leaf

Kidderminster-based MEP James Carver is calling for the town’s streets to be cleared of weeds and tons of sprouting greenery at the base of roadside trees to put “pride” back in communities and … Continue Reading »

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Death toll soars in Yemen's cholera outbreak

Death toll soars in Yemen's cholera outbreak

The people of Yemen are facing the worst cholera outbreak in the world, with 200,000 suspected cases, increasing at an average of 5,000 a day. 

In just two months, this killer disease has spr… Continue Reading »

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Backing bid to boost tourism in Sri Lanka

Backing bid to boost tourism in Sri Lanka

A bid to boost visitor numbers to Sri Lanka is being backed by West Midlands MEP James Carver.

He spoke at a European Parliament cross party event in Brussels this week, organised by the Sri … Continue Reading »

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We must ensure the rights of the Chagossians to return to their homeland

We must ensure the rights of the Chagossians to return to their homeland

Following the UN General Assembly's vote to refer the issue of the Chagos Islands to the ICJ in The Hague, West Midlands MEP, James Carver, a long -time advocate and supporter of Chagossians, wi… Continue Reading »

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Putting DY5 on the map

Putting DY5 on the map

Brierley Hill’s new business and innovation enterprise zone will be able to take advantage of Britain’s global place in the world free from the shackles of the European Union, said West Midlands… Continue Reading »

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We don't need rage!

We don't need rage!

This so-called “Day of Rage” is, quite frankly, the last thing that our emergency services need to be dealing with, at this time of great uncertainty.

We make our points through democratic me… Continue Reading »

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Call for action as drought-hit Somaliland is rocked by disease

Call for action as drought-hit Somaliland is rocked by disease

Drought-hit Somaliland is now struggling with a devastating outbreak of diarrhoea, leading West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver to call for urgent action.

Mr Carver said latest figures reveal … Continue Reading »

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Tribute to a fine politician

Tribute to a fine politician

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has paid tribute to former Hereford MP Paul Keetch who died on Wednesday, aged 56.

As a Liberal Democrat, he made his mark on public life by setting himsel… Continue Reading »

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Excise duty would damage vaping industry

Excise duty would damage vaping industry

Plans being considered by the EU to slap excise duty on vaping products have been condemned by West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver as “bad for public health”.

It is feared the proposed tax of… Continue Reading »

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We must find an end to the killing

We must find an end to the killing

This has got to stop now! We can’t afford to keep losing innocent civilians like this.

Almost all, if not absolutely all, atrocities we have seen in recent times have been committed by people… Continue Reading »

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Over-blown cost of immigration controls

Over-blown cost of immigration controls

Claims that tightening controls on immigration would cost the Exchequer up to £6bn a year have been repeated by the BBC over recent days as if fact and the record needs putting straight, said We… Continue Reading »

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UKIP councillor is made deputy mayor

UKIP councillor is made deputy mayor

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver hailed Councillor Martin Stooke as a “great ambassador for Kidderminster” as he congratulated him on becoming the town’s deputy mayor.

Cllr Stooke, UKIP me… Continue Reading »

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Special guest at awards night

Special guest at awards night

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver highlighted the UK’s strengths at the British Bangladeshi Business Awards.

Speaking at the event in Birmingham on Sunday, he said our “diverse heritage” wo… Continue Reading »

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Back to business

Back to business

Businesses in Herefordshire and Worcestershire are looking forward to a bright future, according to the latest economic survey.

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has welcomed the findings r… Continue Reading »

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Best serving constituents as an MEP

Best serving constituents as an MEP

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has confirmed he will not be contesting a seat in the forthcoming general election. 

Mr Carver said: "After much consideration, I decided the best way I ca… Continue Reading »

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Slip-road blunder resolved

Slip-road blunder resolved

A Worcestershire politician has welcomed the scrapping of the infamous Whittington island slip-road after more than 700 motorists petitioned for its removal.

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carv… Continue Reading »

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James Carver resigns as party spokesman

James Carver resigns as party spokesman

West Midlands MEP James Carver has resigned as UKIP’s Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs spokesman, following the announcement of the party’s integration policy, including a pledge to ban the Musl… Continue Reading »

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Record hike in manufacturing orders

Record hike in manufacturing  orders

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has welcomed more good news on the economy with manufacturers reporting the strongest increase in orders in 22 years.

This has been helped by the fall in s… Continue Reading »

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European Parliament will veto Brexit deal, warns James Carver

European Parliament will veto Brexit deal, warns James Carver

The European Union will veto any deal with Britain in a bid to punish the UK for voting to leave the bloc, warns UKIP MEP James Carver.

Speaking on the BBC’s Daily Politics show, Mr Carver in… Continue Reading »

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Calls to do more to end FGM barbarism

Calls to do more to end FGM barbarism

A West Midlands UKIP MEP is calling for more effective action to outlaw the illegal and barbaric practice of female genital mutilation after more than 5,000 new cases affecting women and girls l… Continue Reading »

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All aboard for election race

All aboard for election race

Pollsters are putting UKIP in third place in the race for the first elected mayor of the West Midlands.

The results of the poll – which place the party’s candidate Pete Durnell clearly ahead … Continue Reading »

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PM calls General Election

PM calls General Election

I am surprised the PM has called this election but it is clearly an indication that she believes a large proportion of MPs are choosing to ignore the will of the people who voted in last year's … Continue Reading »

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Call to protect non-EU workers from deportation

Call to protect non-EU workers from deportation

UKIP MEP James Carver is urging people to sign a petition calling on the government to change new rules that will see some non-EU workers deported if they earn less than £35,000.

The move wil… Continue Reading »

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Remoaner trade envoys should be sacked

Remoaner trade envoys should be sacked

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver today joined calls for the Prime Minister to sack the five Remoaner trade envoys who tried to de-rail the triggering of Brexit negotiations.

He welcomed th… Continue Reading »

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Dairy Milk coming home to Bournville

Dairy Milk coming home to Bournville

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has welcomed news that full production of Dairy Milk is returning to Cadbury’s Bournville plant after some manufacturing was earlier moved to Poland.

The c… Continue Reading »

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Good news for local companies

Good news for local companies

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has congratulated three Worcestershire businesses who have been recognised among the UK’s fastest growing businesses.

Worcester-based Gtech is ranked 11th … Continue Reading »

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Gibraltar is not up for grabs

Gibraltar is not up for grabs

James Carver, UKIP’s Foreign and Commonwealth spokesman, today condemned the incursion of the Spanish warship the Infanta Cristina.

“I find it incredible that shortly after the Spanish Foreig… Continue Reading »

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Unity against terror

Unity against terror

UKIP’s Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs spokesman James Carver MEP condemned yesterday’s devastating attack on innocent passengers of the St Petersburg Metro, which left 14 dead and dozens more … Continue Reading »

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Toasting a dream come true

Toasting a dream come true

Champagne bottles popped as West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver celebrated the triggering of Article 50 with party activists at his Kidderminster office yesterday.

A jubilant Mr Carver praise… Continue Reading »

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Marine A set to be freed by Easter

Marine A set to be freed by Easter

Former reservist James Carver MEP has welcomed the news that Royal Marine Seargeant Alexander Blackman could be freed from prison within weeks, after his jail term was cut to seven years today.

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Brexit must mean exit

Brexit must mean exit

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver says he is poised to become a “key guardian” of Britain’s Brexit strategy, once Article 50 is triggered tomorrow.

He and 19 colleagues in the European Parl… Continue Reading »

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Traveller site shortage needs tackling

Traveller site shortage needs  tackling

A West Midlands UKIP MEP, who is the grandson of a Romany Gypsy, is calling for the chronic shortage of traveller sites across the UK to be addressed.

This is EU Roma Week and James Carver ha… Continue Reading »

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Electric taxi plant puts West Midlands back in the fast lane

Electric taxi plant puts West Midlands back in the fast lane

The UK’s first dedicated electric vehicle plant which opened today in Warwickshire shows “immense confidence” in British manufacturing, said West Midlands MEP James Carver.

He was speaking to… Continue Reading »

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Labour MP slammed for penalising schoolkids

Labour MP slammed for penalising schoolkids

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has slammed a Labour MP for suggesting the way to tackle air pollution around schools is to deprive vulnerable children of their education.

Mary Creagh MP,… Continue Reading »

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A real threat of foreign invaders

A real threat of foreign invaders

A West Midlands MEP is campaigning to protect the British honey bee from foreign invaders which threaten to decimate the population.

UKIP’s James Carver has already called for a ban on the ex… Continue Reading »

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Humanitarian disaster in Horn of Africa

Humanitarian disaster in Horn of Africa

The world needs to wake up to the famine which is spreading across East Africa, says West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He was speaking today as aid agencies launched a joint appeal to rais… Continue Reading »

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Great U-turn by Hammond

Great U-turn by Hammond

What a great U-turn by Philip Hammond scrapping the National insurance hike on the self-employed in the face of massive opposition, rejoices West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

The former se… Continue Reading »

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Our fishing rights are not bait for Brexit deal

Our fishing rights are not bait for Brexit deal

We must stand firm and not hand out concessions to the EU like confetti, implored West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

He was speaking following Nigel Farage’s 'radio rant' last night when he… Continue Reading »

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Time to get on with the job now!

Time to get on with the job now!

After all the prevaricating, the Brexit Bill is now on its way to Her Majesty the Queen for Royal Assent – time for a cheer, says West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver.

The game of ping pong is… Continue Reading »

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Commonwealth's treasure chest for UK's future

Commonwealth's treasure chest for UK's future

On the first Commonwealth Day since the historic referendum, James Carver MEP has reiterated how the Commonwealth has become ever more relevant, as Britain prepares to look towards a global futu… Continue Reading »

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Happy Commonwealth Day!

Happy Commonwealth Day!

"Today, we celebrate the unique and historical bond which unites 53 nations that make up the Commonwealth," said West Midlands MEP James Carver, UKIP's Foreign and Commonwealth affairs spokesman… Continue Reading »

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New appointment for James Carver MEP

New appointment for James Carver MEP

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has been appointed to the European Parliament’s Regional Development committee.

Mr Carver said he was “delighted” to be joining the committee.

He said: … Continue Reading »

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National Insurance hike is a savage attack on the self-employed

National Insurance hike is a savage attack on the self-employed

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has joined the attack on the Chancellor accusing him of making life worse for millions of self-employed workers following yesterday’s national insurance hike.… Continue Reading »

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Good to see Heseltine got the boot

Good to see Heseltine got the boot

Lord Heseltine has rightly been sacked from his advisory role to the Tory government after rebelling over Brexit last night, says West Midlands MEP James Carver.

The 83-year-old former Conser… Continue Reading »

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Britain needs to make the most of Commonwealth markets like Nigeria

Britain needs to make the most of Commonwealth markets like Nigeria

UKIP’s Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs spokesman is urging the government not to let opportunities for trade with Nigeria slip by.

As Africa’s largest economy and biggest democracy, post-Bre… Continue Reading »

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Mali urged to look further than EU for support

Mali urged to look further than EU for support

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has urged a delegation from the West African state of Mali not to “put all their eggs into one EU basket”.

Top of the agenda for talks with the Foreign and… Continue Reading »

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The Lords will not stop the will of the people

The Lords will not stop the will of the people

The House of Lords vote to amend the Brexit bill will not thwart the will of the people to leave the EU, says West Midlands MEP James Carver after last yesterday’s government defeat.

James Ca… Continue Reading »

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Lords could face the wrath of the people

Lords could face the wrath of the people

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has hit out against “delaying tactics” by the House of Lords which could leave the UK stuck in the EU with its democratic vote being wiped out.

The Lords i… Continue Reading »

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Sizzling good sense from Dane

Sizzling good sense from Dane

A Danish MEP is calling on EU leaders to stop being so negative and defensive about Brexit.

Anders Vistisen, vice chairman its Foreign Affairs Committee, points out the mutual benefits of a g… Continue Reading »

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Growth prospects and optimism flying high

Growth prospects and optimism flying high

More good news on the economic front has been announced:

UK rises to become third most important country for company growth prospects, PwC says

UK services optimism is highest since Brexit… Continue Reading »

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MEP calls for workers get a Fairtrade break

MEP  calls for workers get a Fairtrade break

Offices and factories are being urged to give their staff a Fairtrade break by West Midlands MEP James Carver.

The UKIP Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs spokesman, who lives in Worcester, is … Continue Reading »

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Pro-EU group challenging democracy

Pro-EU group challenging democracy

West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has attacked the validity of a survey claiming many Stratford people who voted to leave the EU have changed their minds.

Mr Carver said the sample of just … Continue Reading »

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Record highs for UK economy

Record highs for UK economy

Yesterday we had yet another flurry of positive post referendum economic data. Employment hit a record high as UK firms keep on hiring, investor sentiment has risen to its highest level since be… Continue Reading »

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Golden opportunity of freedom from EU protectionism

Golden opportunity of freedom from EU protectionism

BREXIT offers a “golden opportunity” to free British manufacturers and businesses from Brussels protectionism, says a West Midlands MEP.

UKIP’s James Carver is supporting a campaign started b… Continue Reading »

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"Passion and commitment" of Bewdley by-election hopeful

"Passion and commitment" of Bewdley by-election hopeful

UKIP MEP, Kidderminster-based James Carver has hailed his party’s Wribbenhall candidate in this month’s Bewdley by-election as “a local man with passion and commitment”.

David Field is one of… Continue Reading »

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Shami rebuked for silence over Shiner's sham claims

Shami rebuked for silence over Shiner's sham claims

Former Liberty director, Labour peer Shami Chakrabarti must be feeling red faced after the downfall of her friend and collaborator, disgraced tank-chasing lawyer Phil Shiner.

Her office is re… Continue Reading »

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Greedy energy company leaves hard-up families shivering

Greedy energy company leaves hard-up families shivering

Npower’s massive fuel price hike has been condemned by West Midlands MEP James Carver as a “kick in the teeth” for hard-up families.

The UKIP politician warned the standard tariff increases o… Continue Reading »

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Shiner's false claims against British troops were "shameful" - says James Carver MEP

Shiner's false claims against British troops were "shameful" - says James Carver MEP

Former reservist West Midlands UKIP MEP James Carver has spoken of his delight that lawyer Phil Shiner, who brought abuse claims against British troops, has been struck off after a misconduct he… Continue Reading »

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