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Conservative

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RT @scarlettblack2: RT @scarlettblack2: Terrible photo but was a great evening and great to have @PhilipDaviesUK on my quiz team https://t.co/UVoLsVHQuJ

RT @OswestryLife: Please Support your LOCAL businesses ❤ If you are a local company still offering a service or if any details below have changed, please message the Oswestry Life Magazine Facebook page and we will do our best to keep things updated. https://t.co/9CJGWGFhAF

RT @RobertJenrick: THREAD 1. I'm delighted that Councils around the country have been moving swiftly to pay out almost £1 billion in business grants to support local businesses in their area. Our latest data shows that these five councils are currently leading the way.

8. I congratulate all of them, and all of the other councils around the country who are working tirelessly to get these grants to those who need them. It must be a priority for all local authorities to support local businesses at this extremely difficult time. https://t.co/awDTVV1jnv

Thank you to these and other councils across the country for your hard work - I’ll be highlighting the efforts of many more in the coming days!

Plymouth City Council have done a superb job in providing leadership and administration for our City's response to Corvid-19. Check out their website here: all the information you could ever need: plymouth.gov.uk/covid-19 👏 https://t.co/iLfOqU15rV

Thank you to the local councils across England who are working hard to get the grants to all eligible businesses. Find out more about the small business grant scheme here 👇 gov.uk/government/pub…

Small businesses have received almost £1bn in grants so far through our small business grants scheme. That’s over 78,000 businesses across England who have received this vital support to help with the effects of #coronavirus. https://t.co/pXEFV9Q6a2

RT @metpoliceuk: RT @metpoliceuk: Casualty Bureau is now open on 0800 096 1233 & 020 7158 0197 #LondonBridge #BoroughMarket https://t.co/bz3K4mhZ3w