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Report Number: 31328 Date: 7/2/2018

Title: Raw: Hundreds of North East jobs threatened (3 of 3)

Of interest to: North East

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Following report 31326 and 31327 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Paul Brannen MEP (Labour, North East) is available for download below

Interviewee: Paul Brannen MEP (Labour, North East)

Duration: 3 minutes 50 seconds

Out-words: Come out now

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Report Number: 31327 Date: 7/2/2018

Title: Hundreds of North East jobs threatened (2 of 3)

Of interest to: North East

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The government must now publish a leaked analysis which suggests the North East could be worst hit by Brexit, says Paul Brannen.

According to leaks seen by Sky News, the North East economy will be hit by a 16% cut to GDP if there is no Brexit deal.

Labour MEP, Paul Brannen says it is strong evidence that, in his view, the UK needs to do a deal and stay as close as possible to the EU.

Interviewee: Paul Brannen MEP (Labour, North East)

Duration: 0 minutes 16 seconds

Out-words: North East of England

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Report Number: 31326 Date: 7/2/2018

Title: Hundreds of North East jobs threatened (1 of 3)

Of interest to: North East

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Hundreds of North East jobs are at risk because of Brexit – that’s the true meaning of the latest government leak says to one of our MEPs.

The North East would be worst hit by a Brexit no deal according to a leaked document seen by Sky News.

According to media reports, a government analysis estimates the North East's GDP would be hit by 16% if there is no deal with the EU. That compares to a 12% hit for Northern Ireland.

Labour MEP, Paul Brannen says is everything he fears about Brexit.

NOTES TO EDITORS: For background see: http://bit.ly/2GXvuBu

Interviewee: Paul Brannen MEP (Labour, North East)

Duration: 0 minutes 15 seconds

Out-words: This is out

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Report Number: 31325 Date: 7/2/2018

Title: Raw: Fisheries during Brexit transition (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Following report 31323 and 31324 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Ian Hudghton MEP (SNP) is available for download below

Interviewee: Ian Hudghton MEP (SNP)

Duration: 4 minutes 23 seconds

Out-words: In a transition

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Report Number: 31324 Date: 7/2/2018

Title: Fisheries during Brexit transition (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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The EU must listen to Scotland’s demands for fisheries after Brexit, says Ian Hudghton. The EU today proposed that during the transition period, the UK would only be “consulted” about fishing quotas. SNP MEP, Ian Hudghton, believes the UK government could demand more, but if the agreement is only for consultation, he has promised to lobby Brussels for the quotas Scotland wants.

Interviewee: Ian Hudghton MEP (SNP)

Duration: 0 minutes 20 seconds

Out-words: And abided by

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Report Number: 31323 Date: 7/2/2018

Title: Fisheries during Brexit transition (1 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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The EU has made an “opening offer” to the UK over fishing quotas – that’s the view of SNP MEP, Ian Hudghton. The European Commission today published its draft legal text for the transition period. It states that the UK would be “consulted” over fishing quotas during the transition. There will no longer be a fisheries minister to negotiate on behalf of the UK from March 2019. But Ian Hudghton says this is only a draft and the UK government could demand more.

Interviewee: Ian Hudghton MEP (SNP)

Duration: 0 minutes 18 seconds

Out-words: From the EU 27

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Report Number: 31322 Date: 23/1/2018

Title: Raw: Yorkshire MEP Calls For Bolton To Go (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Following report 31320 and 31321 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Mike Hookem MEP (UKIP, Yorkshire & Humber) is available for download below

Interviewee: Mike Hookem MEP (UKIP, Yorkshire & Humber)

Duration: 3 minutes 27 seconds

Out-words: As a leader

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Report Number: 31321 Date: 23/1/2018

Title: Yorkshire MEP Calls For Bolton To Go (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Mike Hookem could become UKIP's new leader. The Yorkshire MEP has put himself forward as part of a team of two with another of the party's MEPs. The current leader – Henry Bolton – is in trouble over racist text messages sent by his girlfriend. Yesterday Nigel Farage offered Bolton some support, but Mike Hookem believes Bolton's time as leader is over and he needs to step aside.

Interviewee: Mike Hookem MEP (UKIP, Yorkshire & Humber)

Duration: 0 minutes 11 seconds

Out-words: Carry the party forward

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Report Number: 31320 Date: 23/1/2018

Title: Yorkshire MEP Calls For Bolton To Go (1 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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A Yorkshire MEP says Henry Bolton will not survive as leader and must go. Former leader, Nigel Farage, has given Mr Bolton his support for reforming the party's structure. But Yorkshire MEP, Mike Hookem says that is just old score-settling. The bottom line, says Mike Hookem, is that Henry Bolton needs to quit now.

Interviewee: Mike Hookem MEP (UKIP, Yorkshire & Humber)

Duration: 0 minutes 15 seconds

Out-words: To go anyway

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Report Number: 31319 Date: 23/1/2018

Title: Raw: SE MEP supports UKIP's Henry Bolton (3 of 3)

Of interest to: South East

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Following report 31317 and 31318 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Diane James MEP (Independent, South East) is available for download below

Interviewee: Diane James MEP (Independent, South East)

Duration: 9 minutes 31 seconds

Out-words: Message to him

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Report Number: 31318 Date: 23/1/2018

Title: SE MEP supports UKIP's Henry Bolton (2 of 3)

Of interest to: South East

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The force behind Brexit will disappear if UKIP collapses, Diane James says. The former party leader supports Henry Bolton in his efforts to remain in post. Now sitting as an independent South East MEP, Diane James believes a change of leader now could bring UKIP to its knees and damage efforts to bring about Brexit.

Interviewee: Diane James MEP (Independent, South East)

Duration: 0 minutes 16 seconds

Out-words: That will disappear

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Report Number: 31317 Date: 23/1/2018

Title: SE MEP supports UKIP's Henry Bolton (1 of 3)

Of interest to: South East

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A South East MEP has come out in support of Henry Bolton.

Former UKIP leader Diane James is now an independent MEP. She recognises a lot of what Mr Bolton has had to go through from her own short time as leader and agrees that the party needs reform.

She says that he should be given the chance to put his plans to the members and not be booted out, as many others are calling for.

Interviewee: Diane James MEP (Independent, South East)

Duration: 0 minutes 15 seconds

Out-words: Why I support him

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Report Number: 31316 Date: 22/1/2018

Title: Raw: Scotland to “influence” Brussels Brexit talks (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Following report 31314 and 31315 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Fiona Hyslop MSP (Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs) is available for download below

Interviewee: Fiona Hyslop MSP (Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs)

Duration: 4 minutes 38 seconds

Out-words: Competence to do so

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Report Number: 31315 Date: 22/1/2018

Title: Scotland to “influence” Brussels Brexit talks (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Scotland will put forward its own EU Withdrawal Bill if the UK government fails to act - that's according to Fiona Hyslop. She believes that the UK government has not put devolved powers into the EU Withdrawal bill. Fiona Hyslop says the Scottish parliament looks set to vote to refuse consent on Tuesday. And if the UK bill is not amended now, the Scottish government will put forward its own rival withdrawal plan.

Interviewee: Fiona Hyslop MSP (Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs)

Duration: 0 minutes 26 seconds

Out-words: Remain compliant

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Report Number: 31314 Date: 22/1/2018

Title: Scotland to “influence” Brussels Brexit talks (1 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Scotland can influence the Brexit talks without being at the table – that's the message from Fiona Hyslop who is in Brussels today. Her meetings with MEPs and ambassadors come just days after the publication of the 'Scotland's Place in Europe' report which considered the economic implications of leaving the EU. Fiona Hyslop says the Scottish government's preference is still to remain a member because all the various financial models suggest the Scottish economy will lose out with Brexit.

Interviewee: Fiona Hyslop MSP (Cabinet Secretary for External Affairs)

Duration: 0 minutes 18 seconds

Out-words: Of phase two

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