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Letter: Dresden justified

Dresden took a hammering 70 years ago today

It amazes me that we are now being accused of committing a war crime concerning Sir Arthur “Bomber” Harris’ fronting the bombing of Dresden where 25,000 people were killed.

Letter: Fairtrade events to make a difference

The Fairtrade Fortnight website

Fairtrade Town Shrewsbury is calling on the local community to support Fairtrade Fortnight 2015 and bring about positive change for millions of farmers and workers in developing countries.


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Manufacturers boosted by EU orders

Manufacturers have reported a strong start to 2015

Britain's manufacturers are reporting signs of improved demand from customers in Europe, which is helping to boost confidence in the industry for the rest of the year.

High executive pay 'hitting trust'

Some 52% of those surveyed identified anger over senior levels of executive pay

Half of company directors believe that excessively high pay for executives is the biggest threat to public trust in business, according to a new study.

Call to publish EU membership cost

Brian Binley said he believed that being part of the European Union is "too costly politically and economically" for Britain

The true cost of Britain's membership of the EU should be calculated and published by the Government before any negotiations with Brussels over reforms ahead of an in/out referendum, a Tory Eurosceptic MP said.