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Chance to field questions to £160m Northampton power plant developers this afternoon

Plans for a £160 million power plant in St James will go on display today at a public meeting today.

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Could Andrea Leadsom be the next Prime Minister? Colleagues are encouraging her to run.

Northants MP says Andrea Leadsom ‘has all the qualities to be Prime Minister’ as speculation mounts in national media

Conservative colleagues are reportedly encouraging South Northamptonshire MP Andrea Leadsom to run for Prime Minister - though the Tory is yet to be drawn on whether she will go for the top job.

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The land proposed for sale is behind the Drill Hall, which has been excluded from the current proposals

Councillors set to agree sale of land earmarked for major development in Wellingborough

Councillors will be asked to agree to the sale of a plot of land earmarked for major development in Wellingborough town centre.

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How will Brexit impact on your summer holidays?

How will Brexit affect your summer holiday abroad?

Since Britain voted to leave the EU last week, questions have been asked as to what the decision actually means for us.

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Welsh House in Northampton could become a rustic Loungers cafe/bar, if plans are approved.

Which 17th Century Northampton building could become a trendy lounge bar?

An empty historic building in Northampton’s Market Place could be given a new lease of life - as a trendy lounge bar.

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The former First Bus depot in St James was the site of a traveller emcampment on Tuesday.

Travellers caused damage in Northampton this week, claims residents’ group

Calls have been made to speed up development of a disused bus depot in Northampton after a group of travellers allegedly caused damage there this week.

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Councillor Heather Smith.

Leader of Northamptonshire County Council says it will be ‘business as usual’ after Brexit vote

The leader of Northamptonshire County Council has issued an appeal for calm after the EU Leave vote and stated it will be “business as usual” for the local authority.

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Petition calling for a second EU referendum so popular the website keeps crashing

Petition calling for a second EU referendum so popular the website keeps crashing

A petition calling for a second EU referendum is proving so popular the website keeps crashing.

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POLL: Which EU issue was the most important to how you voted yesterday?

POLL: Which EU issue was the most important to how you voted yesterday?

What were the main issues that swayed you to either vote to stay in the EU or vote leave?

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David Cameron and Boris Johnson

What happens now that Britain has voted for Brexit

As the nation starts to take in the dramatic events overnight and this morning, we look at happens now that Britain has voted for Brexit.

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Northampton North MP Michael Ellis said David Cameron's resignation is a tragedy.

Prime Minister’s resignation is a ‘tragedy’, says Northampton North MP

David Cameron’s decision to step down in the wake of referendum defeat is a “tragedy”, according to Northampton North MP Michael Ellis.

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POLL: Who will take over from David Cameron as the nation’s PM?

POLL: Who will take over from David Cameron as the nation’s PM?

Who will take over from David Cameron as the nation’s PM?

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Ford, Daventry

Ford – one of Daventry’s biggest employers – will take ‘whatever action’ is needed to protect its European business says firm

One of Daventry’s biggest employers says it will ‘take whatever action is needed’ to maintain its European business.

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Britain has voted leave, but how did we vote at a local level?

Brexit: How we and our neighbours voted

Britain has voted to leave the EU but how did we and our neighbours vote for the momumental decision?

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Councillor Danielle Stone says she is "saddened" by the result of the EU referendum.

Brexit is no cure for ‘world’s problems’ says Northampton’s Labour leader

The leader of Northampton’s Labour group fears the county will “suffer” from the effect of Brexit for “decades”.

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Kettering where the East Midlands' results were announced

Daventry’s politicians react to Brexit vote and Cameron resigning

Daventry’s political leaders have said the Government needs to act to reduce uncertainty following the country voting to leave the European Union.

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LIVE: Northamptonshire EU referendum results as Brexit confirmed

LIVE: Northamptonshire EU referendum results as Brexit confirmed

The results are now all officially in for the hisoric EU referendum with Britain voting to leave.

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POLL: David Cameron announces his resignation after EU referendum result

The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has announced he will step down in the wake of the “Leave” vote.

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Northamptonshire politicians start to react to news UK will leave the EU and Cameron is resigning

Politicians in Northamptonshire are starting to give their reaction to the news that the UK has voted to leave the EU and the resignation speech by the Prime Minister.

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