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Parliamentary Question - Osteoarthritis of the Knee
Parliamentary Question - Osteoarthritis of the Knee
Coal - is it a competitor to new nuclear?
With the development of ‘clean’ technologies, coal could continue to play a major part in the generation mix. But first both technical and economic challenges need to be overcome.
Power firms face accusations of profiteering from big freeze
Energy companies have been accused of profiteering by failing to pass on steep falls in world gas prices to consumers at a time when bitterly cold weather means soaring bills for tens of millions of customers.
Coal has leapfrogged gas as the UK's main energy source as cold spell bites
Gas usage hits new high in UK cold snap
Demand for gas in the UK hit a new record on Thursday as people continue to attempt to keep their homes warm through the severely cold weather.
Kellingley Branch Meeting
NUM Kellingley Branch Meeting 13.04.14 Miner's met on Sunday to hear reports of the current situation at Kellingley Colliery. They heard that the Government was prepared to support UK Coal's “Proposed Management Run Off Plan” at Kellingley by issuing a commercial loan of £10m.The

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Save Thoresby
Sign The Petition - Save Thoresby Colliery Léonie Mathers, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate for Sherwood, said: “If it’s true the Government has given up and are to allow the closure of Thoresby Colliery, this is devastating news for our area. As long as there are still op

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e-petition Save Kellingley
Save Kellingley Colliery I want the Government to help stop the closure of Kellingley Colliery in West Yorkshire and the loss of over 700 jobs, we have local power stations to burn the coal mined there and stocks of coal for at least twenty five years of mining.

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Notts NUM Say Invest Now
NOTTINGHAM NUM CALL FOR IMMEDIATE INVESTMENT Nott's NUM have met with local MP's and have urged them to put pressure on the Government to provide the urgent investment needed to keep Thorseby and Kellingley Collieries open. Alan Spencer, Nottingham Area General Secretary said “The amount

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