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Report Number: 11763 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: Raw: New Yorkshire jobs after energy scheme gets EU funding boost? (2 of 2)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Following report 11762 (available at www.radioep.com), here is the raw audio of Rebecca Taylor MEP (Liberal Democrat, Yorkshire and the Humber) available for download below.

Interviewee: Rebecca Taylor MEP (Liberal Democrat, Yorkshire and the Humber)

Duration: 3 minutes 43 seconds

Out-words: Benefits all round

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Report Number: 11762 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: New Yorkshire jobs after energy scheme gets EU funding boost? (1 of 2)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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A development in Yorkshire which could create 2,000 jobs could get the go ahead after it was announced that funding from Europe has been secured. The cash, in the region of 250 million pounds, will mean Drax power station near Selby, North Yorkshire can develop their plans for the so-called ‘White Rose CCS’ project. The scheme will employ a technology called ‘Carbon Capture and Storage’, which stops harmful CO2 emissions being released into the atmosphere by storing them underground instead. Local MEP, Rebecca Taylor is delighted. She says many local jobs will be created if the scheme goes ahead. Speaking in Strasbourg, the Lib Dem MEP says the project would be great for Yorkshire in more ways than one… NOTE TO EDITORS: For background press coverage of the funding secured, please see http://on.ft.com/1gD0t0W

Interviewee: Rebecca Taylor MEP (Liberal Democrat, Yorkshire and the Humber)

Duration: 0 minutes 23 seconds

Out-words: Benefits all round

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Report Number: 11761 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: Raw: New trains for Scotland funded by Europe (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Following reports 11759 and 11760 (available at www.radioep.com), here is the raw audio of David Martin MEP (Labour, Scotland) available for download below.

Interviewee: David Martin MEP (Labour, Scotland)

Duration: 2 minutes 30 seconds

Out-words: The rest of Europe

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Report Number: 11760 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: New trains for Scotland funded by Europe (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Rail passengers across Scotland are set for a boost, with the announcement that the East Coast Main Line will be getting 65 brand new trains over the next few years. Funding has been secured for the project, with money being lent by a consortium headed up by the European Investment Bank. The 235 million pound loan will see the creation of nearly 500 new carriages on the line that links Edinburgh with London and other major towns and cities in Eastern England. Local MEP, David Martin, welcomes the announcement and says the whole country will really benefit. The Labour MEP says this is not the only way that the European Investment Bank is helping to improve Scotland’s infrastructure…

Interviewee: David Martin MEP (Labour, Scotland)

Duration: 0 minutes 36 seconds

Out-words: The rest of Europe

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Report Number: 11759 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: New trains for Scotland funded by Europe (1 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Passengers in Scotland will benefit from brand new trains on the East Coast Main Line, with some of the cash to come from Europe. The European Investment Bank, as part of an international consortium, will lend 235 million pounds to support the building of 65 brand new trains for use on the line that links Scotland with London and other parts of Eastern England. Thousands of local passengers use the service, which starts in Edinburgh. Local MEP, David Martin, is delighted, and says journey times will improve when the new trains are in use form 2018. Speaking in Strasbourg, he says it’s a good example of how Europe can be a positive thing for Scotland… NOTE TO EDITORS: For more information on the loan, please see http://bit.ly/1eIqVex

Interviewee: David Martin MEP (Labour, Scotland)

Duration: 0 minutes 30 seconds

Out-words: Help create jobs

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Report Number: 11758 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: Raw: New trains for the East coast funded by Europe (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Eastern

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Following reports 11756 and 11757 (available at www.radioep.com), here is the raw audio of Vicky Ford MEP (Conservative, East of England) available for download below.

Interviewee: Vicky Ford MEP (Conservative, East of England)

Duration: 3 minutes 8 seconds

Out-words: Be a good start

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Report Number: 11757 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: New trains for the East coast funded by Europe (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Eastern

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Rail passengers across the Eastern region are set for a boost, with the announcement that the East Coast Main Line will be getting 65 brand new trains over the next few years. Funding has been secured for the project, with money being lent by a consortium headed up by the European Investment Bank. The 235 million pound loan will see the creation of nearly 500 new carriages on the line that links London to Scotland, and stops at Peterborough along the way. Local MEP, Vicky Ford, welcomes the announcement and says the whole region will really benefit. The Conservative MEP says the East coast line was badly in need of some investment…

Interviewee: Vicky Ford MEP (Conservative, East of England)

Duration: 0 minutes 25 seconds

Out-words: Be a good start

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Report Number: 11756 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: New trains for the East coast funded by Europe (1 of 3)

Of interest to: Eastern

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Passengers in the East of England will benefit from brand new trains on the East Coast Main Line, with some of the cash to come from Europe. The European Investment Bank, as part of an international consortium, will lend 235 million pounds to support the building of 65 brand new trains for use on the line that links London to Scotland. Thousands of local passengers use the service, which passes through Peterborough. Local MEP, Vicky Ford, is delighted, and says the new trains will be great for the region. Speaking in Strasbourg, she says the investment will mean the East coast line will now be on a par with the infrastructure improvements already in place in the West of the UK... NOTE TO EDITORS: For more information on the loan, please see http://bit.ly/1eIqVex

Interviewee: Vicky Ford MEP (Conservative, East of England)

Duration: 0 minutes 29 seconds

Out-words: Coming into the UK

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Report Number: 11755 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: Raw: New trains for North East funded by Europe (3 of 3)

Of interest to: North East

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Following reports 11753 and 11754 (available at www.radioep.com), here is the raw audio of Martin Callanan MEP (Conservative, North East), available for download below.

Interviewee: Martin Callanan MEP (Conservative, North East)

Duration: 2 minutes 32 seconds

Out-words: East Coast Main Line

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Report Number: 11754 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: New trains for North East funded by Europe (2 of 3)

Of interest to: North East

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Rail passengers across the North East are set for a boost, with the announcement that the East Coast Main Line will be getting 65 brand new trains over the next few years. Funding has been secured for the project, with money being lent by a consortium headed up by the European Investment Bank. The 235 million pound loan will see the creation of nearly 500 new carriages on the line that links London to Scotland, and stops at Darlington and Newcastle along the way. Local MEP, Martin Callanan, welcomes the announcement and says the whole region will really benefit. The Conservative MEP says the trains will be built by Hitachi at their site in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The first trains are due to be ready for use in 2018, which the Euro MP thinks is an impressive turnaround…

Interviewee: Martin Callanan MEP (Conservative, North East)

Duration: 0 minutes 24 seconds

Out-words: East Coast Main Line

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Report Number: 11753 Date: 17/4/2014

Title: New trains for North East funded by Europe (1 of 3)

Of interest to: North East

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Passengers in the North East will benefit from brand new trains on the East Coast Main Line, with some of the cash to come from Europe. The European Investment Bank, as part of an international consortium, will lend 235 million pounds to support the building of 65 brand new trains for use on the line that links London to Scotland. Thousands of local passengers use the service, which passes through Darlington and Newcastle. Local MEP, Martin Callanan, is delighted, and says the trains will be built in the North East at Newton Aycliffe. Speaking in Strasbourg, he says the new trains will be great for the region in more ways than one… NOTE TO EDITORS: For more information on the loan, please see http://bit.ly/1eIqVex

Interviewee: Martin Callanan MEP (Conservative, North East)

Duration: 0 minutes 29 seconds

Out-words: North East so excellent

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Report Number: 11752 Date: 16/4/2014

Title: Raw: New trains for Yorkshire funded by Europe (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Following reports 11750 and 11751 (available at www.radioep.com), here is the raw audio of Timothy Kirkhope MEP (Conservative, Yorkshire & the Humber) available for download below.

Interviewee: Timothy Kirkhope MEP (Conservative, Yorkshire and the Humber)

Duration: 4 minutes 8 seconds

Out-words: Going to happen

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Report Number: 11751 Date: 16/4/2014

Title: New trains for Yorkshire funded by Europe (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Rail passengers across Yorkshire are set for a boost, with the announcement that the East Coast Main Line will be getting 65 brand new trains over the next few years. Funding has been secured for the project, with money being lent by a consortium headed up by the European Investment Bank. The 235 million pound loan will see the creation of nearly 500 new carriages on the line that links London to Scotland, and stops at Doncaster, Wakefield, Leeds and York along the way. Local MEP, Timothy Kirkhope, welcomes the announcement and says the whole region will really benefit. The Conservative MEP says it’s a great example of how being part of Europe can be a good thing for the UK.

Interviewee: Timothy Kirkhope MEP (Conservative, Yorkshire and the Humber)

Duration: 0 minutes 32 seconds

Out-words: Benefit out of Europe

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Report Number: 11750 Date: 16/4/2014

Title: New trains for Yorkshire funded by Europe (1 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Yorkshire passengers will benefit from brand new trains on the East Coast Main Line, with some of the cash to come from Europe. The European Investment Bank, as part of an international consortium, will lend 235 million pounds to support the building of 65 brand new trains for use on the line that links London to Scotland. Thousands of local passengers use the service, which passes through Doncaster, Wakefield, Leeds and York. Yorkshire MEP, Timothy Kirkhope, is delighted, and says the trains should be ready for use in 2018.Speaking in Strasbourg, he says it will be great for the region and it’s significant that funding has now been secured… NOTE TO EDITORS: For more information on the loan, please see http://bit.ly/1eIqVex

Interviewee: Timothy Kirkhope MEP (Conservative, Yorkshire and the Humber)

Duration: 0 minutes 20 seconds

Out-words: Has been found

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Report Number: 11749 Date: 16/4/2014

Title: Raw: Birmingham cyclist lives will be saved by new lorry designs, says MEP (3 of 3)

Of interest to: West Midlands

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Following reports 11747 and 11748 (available at www.radioep.com), here is the raw audio of Phil Bennion MEP (Liberal Democrat, West Midlands) available for download below.

Interviewee: Phil Bennion MEP (Liberal Democrat, West Midlands)

Duration: 4 minutes 26 seconds

Out-words: Major cities as well

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