What is a “green” energy tariff?

Wind turbines and power station (Archive PA) If you want to do your part and help the environment, you may be considering switching to a green energy tariff. But what exactly is green energy, and are these tariffs really as “green” as they seem? What is green energy? Green energy …

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County declares border disaster | News Uvalde Leader

As smuggling incidents increase, county officials seek help Human trafficking cases involving vehicle chases continue to plague Uvalde County, with several more occurring over the weekend. Uvalde County Commissioners on Monday declared a state of local disaster due to the upsurge in illegal immigration. County Judge Bill Mitchell said a …

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UK Pork Outlook: How Have Cull Levels Played So Far?

By Bethan Wilkins In the January Pork Market Outlook, we forecast a sharp increase in UK pork production in the first half of this year. We expected this to translate into lower import volumes, especially as the restaurant industry remained closed. Exports are also expected to be weaker, due to …

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Dendias: European values ​​will lead the Western Balkans into the 21st century | greece, politics

ATHENS – “What will lead the Western Balkans into the 21st century is to have a European perspective, European values, understanding and good neighborly relations,” Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said on Friday after his meeting with his Montenegrin counterpart Đorđe Radulović in Athens on Friday. “We see the Western Balkans …

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Foreign Minister Gordan Grlić Radman denounces the removal of the Croatian flag from the Ambassador’s residence in Belgrade

ZAGREB, April 23, 2021 – Croatian Foreign Minister Gordan Grlić Radman on Friday condemned the removal of the Croatian flag from the ambassador’s official residence in Belgrade, saying such incidents had fostered an atmosphere of hatred, hostility and intolerance. “Such incidents are certainly not conducive to understanding (…) We hope …

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Kosovo should rule out any further compromise

In recent days, a familiar theme has been underlined by prominent Western politicians: to reach a comprehensive normalization agreement in dialogue with Serbia, Kosovo will have to “compromise”. In a letter to President Osmani Sent on April 19, US President Joe Biden noted that reaching an agreement with Serbia “will …

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Albania is no closer to joining the EU. Its leaders might prefer it this way

It is fair to say that there is little love lost between Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and his main opponent in this Sunday’s election, Lulzim Basha. Basha has long called on Rama to step down over corruption allegations, while his MPs even stepped out of parliament in 2019 over …

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EU relations with Turkey at historic low

Turkey’s relations with the European Union are at historic low points, said Romanian Christian Democrat MP Vlad Nistor, EUToday reported Thursday. The group of the European People’s Party (EPP) (Christian Democrats), of which Nistor’s party is a member, submitted a report to the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee on relations …

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Scottish salmon industry calls for urgent clarification of HMRC export figures

Scottish salmon farmers have called for urgent action to address the discrepancies with export statistics released by the UK government. The Scottish Salmon Producers Organization (SSPO) reported irregularities in post-Brexit HM Revenue & Customs export figures. Statistics for January show that 86 tonnes of whole, fresh / chilled Atlantic salmon …

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U.S. Coast Guard Richard Dixon crew unloads nearly $ 20 million in seized cocaine

HALF TON: 18 balls weigh 1052 pounds The crew of Coast Guard Richard Dixon unloaded nearly $ 20 million worth of cocaine seized at Coast Guard Base San Juan on Tuesday, following the ban on an alleged drug trafficking vessel, in approximately 45 nautical miles north of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. …

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