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Report Number: 31350 Date: 29/5/2018

Title: Raw: Jim Carver quits UKIP (2 of 2)

Of interest to: West Midlands

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Following report 31349 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Jim Carver MEP (Independent, West Midlands) is available for download below

Interviewee: Jim Carver MEP (Independent, West Midlands)

Duration: 9 minutes 59 seconds

Out-words: A bad thing

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Report Number: 31349 Date: 29/5/2018

Title: Jim Carver quits UKIP (1 of 2)

Of interest to: West Midlands

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A West Midlands MEP has resigned.

Jim Carver was elected as a UKIP MEP, but has now quit the party and their political group.

He will sit in the European Parliament as an independent. He promises to see out his term until Brexit.

Jim Carver says he believes the party is moving in the wrong direction and he hopes his resignation makes UKIP think again about its policies.

Interviewee: Jim Carver MEP (Independent, West Midlands)

Duration: 0 minutes 23 seconds

Out-words: I've left UKIP

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Report Number: 31348 Date: 29/5/2018

Title: Raw: Oxfordshire "Dance to health" goes national (2 of 2)

Of interest to: South East

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Following report 31347 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Tim Joss (Chief Exec, Arts Enterprise for a Social Purpose) is available for download below

Interviewee: Tim Joss (Chief Exec, Arts Enterprise for a Social Purpose)

Duration: 5 minutes 13 seconds

Out-words: A fantastic resource

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Report Number: 31347 Date: 29/5/2018

Title: Oxfordshire "Dance to health" goes national (1 of 2)

Of interest to: South East

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An Oxfordshire project to get medical patients dancing is going nation-wide.

Vulnerable people falling over and injuring themselves is costing the NHS £2.3bn per year.

An arts project to get patients dancing has has been so successful in steadying people on their feet that it is being rolled out across the UK with a budget of £2 million.

Aesop – Arts Enterprise for a Social Purpose - based in Oxfordshire is the creative brains behind the idea. Chief Exec, Tim Joss, loves the arts and is on a mission to prove to doctors that there are health benefits too.

Interviewee: Tim Joss (Chief Exec, Arts Enterprise for a Social Purpose)

Duration: 0 minutes 19 seconds

Out-words: Creative sociable dance

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Report Number: 31346 Date: 28/5/2018

Title: Raw: Sturgeon: Brexit "time is running out" (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Following report 31344 and 31345 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Nicola Sturgeon MSP (First Minister of Scotland) is available for download below

Interviewee: Nicola Sturgeon MSP (First Minister of Scotland)

Duration: 4 minutes 35 seconds

Out-words: Not prepared for

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Report Number: 31345 Date: 28/5/2018

Title: Sturgeon: Brexit "time is running out" (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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Progress in the Brexit talks is “sadly lacking” and the risk of no deal is increasing, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.

She has just met with the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, this morning in Brussels.

Scotland’s First Minister is lobbying for the UK to stay in the Single Market and the Customs Union.

She says there has not been the breakthrough in the talks which had been hoped for and as time moves on a ‘no deal’ is looking more likely.

Interviewee: Nicola Sturgeon MSP (First Minister of Scotland)

Duration: 0 minutes 22 seconds

Out-words: In nobody's interest

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Report Number: 31344 Date: 28/5/2018

Title: Sturgeon: Brexit "time is running out" (1 of 3)

Of interest to: Scotland

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The Brexit process will be much smoother if the UK government “does the right thing” – that’s according to Nicola Sturgeon.

The Scottish First Minister has been speaking in Brussels following her meeting this morning with the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier.

She believes the UK needs to stay in the Single Market and the Customs Union.

Nicola Sturgeon says time is running out.

Interviewee: Nicola Sturgeon MSP (First Minister of Scotland)

Duration: 0 minutes 23 seconds

Out-words: Most important thing

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Report Number: 31343 Date: 23/5/2018

Title: Raw: Re-run of Brexit referendum may be needed (3 of 3)

Of interest to: North West

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Following report 31341 and 31342 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Saj Karim MEP (Conservative, North West) is available for download below

Interviewee: Saj Karim MEP (Conservative, North West)

Duration: 7 minutes 15 seconds

Out-words: The referendum absolutely

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Report Number: 31342 Date: 23/5/2018

Title: Re-run of Brexit referendum may be needed (2 of 3)

Of interest to: North West

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Russia is the only place to gain from Brexit - that's according to a North West MEP.

Saj Karim supported remaining in the European Union. He believes the result to leave was influenced by fake news in Brexit's favour.

There have been numerous allegations of possible Russian involvements.

The Conservative MEP says it is only in Russia's interest that the UK is weakened.

Interviewee: Saj Karim MEP (Conservative, North West)

Duration: 0 minutes 20 seconds

Out-words: That is Russia

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Report Number: 31341 Date: 23/5/2018

Title: Re-run of Brexit referendum may be needed (1 of 3)

Of interest to: North West

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Britain's Brexit referendum may need to be re-run if Russia unduely influenced the result - that's the view of a North West MEP.

Saj Karim is holding an expert conference this afternoon to discuss to what extent Russia's alleged involvement through social media might have influenced the UK vote to leave the European Union.

The Conservative MEP wants a full public inquiry to establish how fake news may have been involved in the campaign, and the extent to which it may have changed the result.

He says ultimately if we cannot trust that the referendum was fair, it will need to be re-run.

Interviewee: Saj Karim MEP (Conservative, North West)

Duration: 0 minutes 18 seconds

Out-words: Infiltrated and influenced

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Report Number: 31340 Date: 18/4/2018

Title: Raw: South East MEP peace breakthrough? (3 of 3)

Of interest to: South East

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Following report 31338 and 31339 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full press conference with Nirj Deva MEP (Conservative, South East) is available for download below

Interviewee: Nirj Deva MEP (Conservative, South East)

Duration: 16 minutes 15 seconds

Out-words: Thrown away lightly

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Report Number: 31339 Date: 18/4/2018

Title: South East MEP peace breakthrough? (2 of 3)

Of interest to: South East

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We have been Korea's backchannel to keep talks open, says Nirj Deva.

The South East MEP has been explaining how he has been so close to talks which could lead to peace in Korea.

The Conservative MEP is Chair of the European Parliament's Delegation for relations with the Korean Peninsula.

Now he says he has had sigals from North Korea that they are willing to freeze their nuclear programme.

He says his sources are high up in the governments of both Koreas.

Interviewee: Nirj Deva MEP (Conservative, South East)

Duration: 0 minutes 20 seconds

Out-words: To have a backchannel

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Report Number: 31338 Date: 18/4/2018

Title: South East MEP peace breakthrough? (1 of 3)

Of interest to: South East

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A South East MEP says he may have made a breakthrough for peace in Korea.

Nirj Deva has apparently been holding secret talks with senior officials and ministers from North and South Korea.

The Conservative MEP is Chair of the European Parliament's Delegation for relations with the Korean Peninsula.

This morning he has made the shock announcement that the North Koreans have offered to freeze their nuclear programme.

He warns that it could be a tactic to get the West to drop crippling sanctions, but he believes a chance for peace should not be thrown away.

Interviewee: Nirj Deva MEP (Conservative, South East)

Duration: 0 minutes 24 seconds

Out-words: A peace treaty

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Report Number: 31337 Date: 22/2/2018

Title: Raw: Sheffield ‘super drug’ against ageing (3 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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Following report 31335 and 31336 (available at www.radioep.eu) raw audio of the full interview with Professor Ilaria Bellantuono (University of Sheffield) is available for download below

Interviewee: Professor Ilaria Bellantuono (University of Sheffield)

Duration: 5 minutes 5 seconds

Out-words: The UK involved

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Report Number: 31336 Date: 22/2/2018

Title: Sheffield ‘super drug’ against ageing (2 of 3)

Of interest to: Yorkshire and the Humber

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A Sheffield professor says her ‘super drugs’ are not designed for us to live forever.

Ilaria Bellantuono is part of a wide-wide project involving more than 200 scientists.

Rather than creating a drug to tackle a specific disease, they are trying to develop anti-ageing drugs to prevent many common age-related diseases occurring by keeping our bodies healthy.

Professor Bellantuono says people are amazed to hear about the advances they are making, and she says it is also giving many people hope for the future.

Interviewee: Professor Ilaria Bellantuono (University of Sheffield)

Duration: 0 minutes 25 seconds

Out-words: Health before death

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