Devon and Cornwall love

Devon and Cornwall

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  • What if millions of barrels of crude fouled the beaches of Dorset, Devon and Cornwall, the great estuaries in Scotland, the beaches of Barcelona and Brittany, Normandy and Amalfi, Greece,

    Firedoglake

  • With four long-serving MPs retiring and a new seat in both Devon and Cornwall, the way has been cleared for new faces in the Commons.

    Epolitix News

  • The initial project sites include North Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Devon and Cornwall.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • People on the Devon and Cornwall boundary raise fears about plans to release beavers into the wild.

    The Blog of Kev

  • A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall police said the car was marked up as a taxi but was not working at the time of the tragedy.

    Home | Mail Online

  • But traveling through bucolic Devon and Cornwall, with their mysterious moors, traditional cream teas and spectacular coasts, one quickly learns that this region's history is intimately connected to our own.

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  • Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Michele Slevin, of the Devon and Cornwall force, said today: "We have carried out a large number of inquiries since our initial arrest on Tuesday 9 June.

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