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Jeremy Corbyn accused Theresa May of leading a government that pays for tax breaks to big business by cutting services to the most vulnerable
Jeremy Corbyn accused Theresa May of leading a government that pays for tax breaks to big business by cutting services to the most vulnerable
Jeremy Corbyn accused Theresa May of leading a government that pays for tax breaks to big business by cutting services to the most vulnerable
Jeremy Corbyn: 'People are dying' as a result of Government austerity policies
People are dying because of the Government's austerity policies, Jeremy Corbyn claimed as he urged voters to use two crunch by-elections to "send a message" to Theresa May.

Vanessa and Karl Blacklock present £5000 to the Maternity ward at the West Cumberland Hospital

 Vanessa and Karl Blacklock present £5000 to the Maternity ward at the West Cumberland Hospital
Vanessa and Karl Blacklock present £5000 to the Maternity ward at the West Cumberland Hospital
Baby Buddy’s memory kept alive thanks to west Cumbrian hospital fundraisers
A bereaved family have raised thousands of pounds in memory of their precious son.

Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like.

 Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like.
Artist's impressions of what the Moorside power plant might look like.
More woes for Moorside backer Toshiba
A KEY player in Cumbria's planned nuclear new build has seen its share price fall dramatically after its finances were branded "very fragile".

Tom Samson, of NuGen.

 Tom Samson, of NuGen.
Tom Samson, of NuGen.
Moorside company welcomes Prime Minister's nuclear comments
THE company behind plans for nuclear new build in Cumbria has welcomed comments by Prime Minister Theresa May on the project.
Prime Minister Theresa May (right) and Conservative Party candidate for the Copeland by-election, Trudy Harrison
Prime Minister Theresa May (right) and Conservative Party candidate for the Copeland by-election, Trudy Harrison
Prime Minister Theresa May (right) and Conservative Party candidate for the Copeland by-election, Trudy Harrison
Theresa May accuses Labour of 'scaremongering' over NHS services
The Government is considering a professionally-led review of the recruitment and retention of doctors in west Cumbria amid plans to downgrade key services at one of the region's hospitals.

Trudy Harrison and Chris Grayling

 Trudy Harrison and Chris Grayling
Trudy Harrison and Chris Grayling
Government says A595 improvement announcement 'in next few weeks'
The Government says it will announce improvements to the A595 "in the next few weeks".

The proposed Moorside nuclear power plant.

NuGen cheif executive officer Tom Samson

Energy Secretary Greg Clarke.

 The proposed Moorside nuclear power plant.
The proposed Moorside nuclear power plant.
Toshiba 'committed' to Moorside but doubts remain
A key player in Cumbria's nuclear new build is still committed to the project - although the level of this remains in doubt.
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
Embattled Toshiba 'remains committed' to new nuclear plant in Cumbria
The company building a new nuclear power station in Cumbria insists Toshiba "remains committed" to the multi billion-pound project despite doubts after the Japanese giant revealed a huge loss.

Conservative: Trudy Harrison

Independent: Roy Ivinson

Liberal Democrats: Rebecca Hanson

Independent: Michael Guest

Green: Jack Lenox

Labour: Gillian Troughton

Ukip: Fiona Mills

VIDEO: Pledges to improve West Cumbria's infrastructure by Copeland candidates
Copeland's Parliamentary candidates have laid out their plans for improved infrastructure for the area at a public hustings event.

Tanglewood Caravan Park, Silloth. Photo: Google Streetmap

 Tanglewood Caravan Park, Silloth. Photo: Google Streetmap
Tanglewood Caravan Park, Silloth. Photo: Google Streetmap
Man’s death could have been ‘sex game gone wrong’ - inquest
A lorry driver’s death was “possibly” down to a sex game which went wrong, an inquest heard.
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
The Sellafield nuclear plant in Seascale, Cumbria, near to where a planned £10 billion power plant is to be built at Moorside
Blow to UK power station plans as Toshiba set to withdraw from nuclear projects
Japanese giant Toshiba is expected to confirm it is withdrawing from new nuclear projects outside Japan, dealing a blow to plans for a new power station in the UK.

Ros White and the Workington lifeboat crew

Ros White (right) with Colin Armstrong (left) and Coxswain John Stobbart

 Ros White and the Workington lifeboat crew
Ros White and the Workington lifeboat crew
Carlisle artist helps new RNLI boat set sail
An artist has painted a picture of a lifeboat that is going out of service, so the RNLI can auction it off to raise money towards a new one.

Artist’s impression of what the new Moorside nuclear power plant could look like

 Artist’s impression of what the new Moorside nuclear power plant could look like
Artist’s impression of what the new Moorside nuclear power plant could look like
Could Cumbria's nuclear industry be a thing of the past?
The three new nuclear reactors Cumbria has been promised are now in doubt. Could the county and its economy cope without them? Stephen Blease looks into the issue

Dave Tangye with Ozzy Osbourne

From left, tour manager Albert Chapman, Bill Ward, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Ozzy Osbourne and David Tangye

Earth on Warwick Road, Carlisle, shortly before they changed their name to Black Sabbath

Earth on Warwick Road, Carlisle, shortly before they changed their name to Black Sabbath

 Dave Tangye with Ozzy Osbourne
Dave Tangye with Ozzy Osbourne
Dave Tangye: The man who tried to stop Black Sabbath's Ozzy Osbourne raising hell
A mild-mannered Cumbrian, Dave Tangye’s job was to keep wild man of rock Ozzy Osbourne on the straight and narrow

Grace Starkey and Diane Pickering from the Community Choices Campaign

 Grace Starkey and Diane Pickering from the Community Choices Campaign
Grace Starkey and Diane Pickering from the Community Choices Campaign
Last chance to bid for Community Choices funding share
There are just days left for community groups to apply for grants of up to £50,000 - and then the public will decide who wins.

Energy secretary Greg Clark and Tory candidate Trudy Harrison visit Ansaldo NES

 Energy secretary Greg Clark and Tory candidate Trudy Harrison visit Ansaldo NES
Energy secretary Greg Clark and Tory candidate Trudy Harrison visit Ansaldo NES
Government minister gives Moorside backing
A government minister has given his personal backing to the building of a new nuclear power station in West Cumbria.
Your chance to quiz by-election candidates
Residents will have their chance to grill Copeland's would-be MPs at a public hustings event next week.

Tom Greatrex, of the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA)

 Tom Greatrex, of the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA)
Tom Greatrex, of the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA)
Nuclear chiefs call for Moorside action
Nuclear industry chiefs are calling for new builds to go-ahead, as fears grow about the future of the Moorside project in west Cumbria.

Investors: Rob Johnston

Investing: NuGen’s chief executive is confident that the Moorside project will be delivered

 Investors: Rob Johnston
Investors: Rob Johnston
Toshiba troubles ‘won’t derail us’, say Cumbrian business leaders
Cumbrian business leaders are confident that the county’s proposed nuclear new build will go ahead, despite the speculation over Toshiba’s involvement.

Satoshi Tsunakwa, Toshiba's president.

The proposed Moorside plant.

 Satoshi Tsunakwa, Toshiba's president.
Satoshi Tsunakwa, Toshiba's president.
Fears grow over Toshiba's Cumbrian nuclear plans
FEARS continue to grow over plans for Cumbria's planned new power plant, after it was reported a key mover is "unlikely" to get involved in future building work outside Japan.

The proposed Moorside site.

3rsd February 2017, submitted.

Satoshi Tsunakwa, Toshiba's president.

 The proposed Moorside site.
The proposed Moorside site.
NuGen investor Toshiba 'to exit nuclear' casting doubt over Cumbria's nuclear new build
ONE of the key players in Cumbria's planned nuclear new build is about to abandon the industry, according to reports.

Helen Fisher, of Sellafield Ltd

 Helen Fisher, of Sellafield Ltd
Helen Fisher, of Sellafield Ltd
£50,000 chance for community projects
Are you involved with a local charity, social enterprise, voluntary or community organisation which is already doing good work within Copeland and Allerdale? Do you have ambitions to do even more?

Robert Powell, project manager of the North West Coast Connections project.

Pylons would be part of the plan.

 Robert Powell, project manager of the North West Coast Connections project.
Robert Powell, project manager of the North West Coast Connections project.
Cumbrian firms want to be part of National Grid project
MORE than 20 companies in Cumbria and Lancashire want to be part of plans to connect a proposed nuclear new build into the electricity network.

Sellafield

 Sellafield
Sellafield
Sellafield given more time to improve cooling tower condition
Sellafield Ltd has been given an extension to improve the condition of a cooling tower, after a watchdog recognised the "significant progress" made so far.

NuGen's proposed nuclear power plant at Moorside

 NuGen's proposed nuclear power plant at Moorside
NuGen's proposed nuclear power plant at Moorside
New Cumbrian nuclear project in doubt as Toshiba 'reviews projects'
The future of a new Cumbrian power plant is in doubt, after one of the key players admitted it is reviewing its involvement.
Paul Nuttall is looking to gain a place in parliament at his fifth attempt
Paul Nuttall is looking to gain a place in parliament at his fifth attempt
Paul Nuttall is looking to gain a place in parliament at his fifth attempt
Nominations close for Copeland and Stoke-on-Trent Central by-elections
Nominations for candidates standing in two key by-election battlegrounds have closed, as Labour look to hold off challenges in both seats.

LEN MCCLUSKEY

 LEN MCCLUSKEY
LEN MCCLUSKEY
Sellafield workers could strike over pensions, says union chief
A union leader says he is "not optimistic" that strike action can be avoided at Sellafield in a row over pensions.

Labour deputy leader Tom Watson with Gillian Troughton and Georgia Henderson, a mechanical design technician

 Labour deputy leader Tom Watson with Gillian Troughton and Georgia Henderson, a mechanical design technician
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson with Gillian Troughton and Georgia Henderson, a mechanical design technician
Labour deputy leader backs Copeland candidate's nuclear pledge
Labour's deputy leader has backed its Copeland by-election candidate's "100 per cent commitment to the nuclear industry".
Delays for motorists as abnormal load travels through Cumbria
Motorists are being warned to expect delays as an abnormal load travels through Cumbria.

World of Work Day at St Benedict's School.

Teigan Johnstone, Annie Hall and Elise Bragg work together

Robbie Reed, left and Deon Crowe set their team's car off on the distance test.

St Benedict's students work together

 World of Work Day at St Benedict's School.
World of Work Day at St Benedict's School.
Cumbrian students take part in 'speed-dating' careers day
Team-building activities and an engineering competition have been held as youngsters embraced the World of Work.