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Discussion in 'Personal' started by eljefeb90, Apr 16, 2019.
Exactly. I don't think the trade association had a lot to do with it.
You didn't ask a question. You made a statement.
And another smart avoiding move!
The question is whether this "£20bn boost" is actually a new money 'Brexit Dividend' or would have been given anyway.
You can either have 5 minutes or the full half hour!
This demonstrates the (I am trying not to insult) lack of appreciation of how the world works. If you want self interest to come out of foreign aid, or us spending money abroad, you only have to realise that most (all?) of the world's aggression between countries is caused by inequalities. The more we can help the rest of the world to be more equal, the safer our world we will be.
this is sadly becoming more common.......ugh!
The realisation that self interest is served by thinking of others? Or that aggression between cultures and countries is growing?
With the second, I think we had actually made progress within the EU. How many times over our history have we been at war with France, Germany, Spain, Italy and many others and when was the last time?
In answer to the thread title: taken away my voice and my say as a uk voter. And put politics where I do not wish it to be.
Didnt the Blair and Brown team do similar tricks and keep offering 'new ' money towards ideas but in fact recycled money as they never seemed to spend it? I rememeberBown offering 3 lots which was never actully 'used' if i rememeber the economic research on it/
do you not vote in EU elections then ?
To go back to the original question. Cornwall has received funding on a large number of projects over the years. Ironically also voted leave as a county.
1. Newlyn Fish market
Newlyn Harbour. The town's fish market secured £1.3m from the EU this summer to become best in South West
Newlyn fish market could become "one of the best in the South West, if not the country" after winning £1.3million for a major refurbishment.
EU funding: £1.3m
2. Extension to Bickland Industrial Park, Falmouth
The Bickland Industrial Estate has received almost £3.5m in EU funding
EU funding: £3.4m
3. A30 Carland - Chiverton Cross
The Chiverton Cross A30 road scheme has received £8m from the EU
EU funding: £8m
4. Delivering research, development and innovation in marine technology
The Hayle Marine Renewables Business Park received £6.9m from the EU to get off the ground
EU funding: £6.9m
5. The A30 Business Park phase 1
The A30 Business Park phase 1 has received £2.7m in EU funding with the aim to create more jobs along the A30 corridor
EU funding: £2.7m
Total funding: £3.1m
6. Aerohub Enterprise Zone
EU funding: £4.4m
Cornwall Council funding: £3.2m
7. CETO Wave Energy
The Wave Hub has received £10m in EU funding to produce renewable energy in Cornwall from waves
EU funding: £9.6m
8. Cornwall Business Start-up
Cornwall Business Start-up delivers bespoke support to new enterprises in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
EU funding: £5.9m
9. Cornwall New Energy
Cornwall New Energy aims to develop the local energy market and ensure that enterprises and communities will benefit from more local ownership and operation of energy generation and supply.
EU funding: £2.7m
10. Cultivator Business Support
Based in Redruth, Cultivator Business Support will work with businesses in the creative industries — from start-ups to established enterprises — to help them achieve their growth potential.
EU funding: £2m
ESF (European Social Fund) investment: £998,975
11. Engagement and activity for the unemployed
Encouraging the unemployed back into employment is one area which has received funding from the EU
EU funding: £12.9m
12. Export for Growth
Helping Cornish businesses export is an area which received funding from the EU
EU funding: £2.4m
13. Family and Community Essential Skills
The EU has given Cornwall money to help eradicate in work poverty
ESF investment: £540,111
14. Financial Readiness Project
Cornwall has received money to help its businesses get ready for growth
ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) investment: £2,984,900
15. Hall For Cornwall – QuayWorks
QuayWorks, a creative hub providing office and meeting space for businesses in the creative sector, will be constructed as part of the redevelopment of Hall For Cornwall.
ERDF investment: £2.1m
16. Integrated Territorial Investment (ITI) Support team
The Growth Programme in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly has benefited from EU investment
EU funding: £3m
ESF investment: £1.9m
17. Invest in Cornwall
This will be done through the Cornwall Brand initiative and by attracting and supporting businesses in certain smart specialisation sectors (marine renewables and aerospace and related advanced engineering).
EU funding: £1.7m
18. Isles of Scilly Technical Assistance
Working with the islands' public, private and voluntary, community and social enterprise sectors the technical assistance team helps organisations develop projects that are eligible, compliant and good value.
EU funding: £617,337
19. Isles of Scilly Voucher Scheme
This scheme, managed by the Council of the Isles of Scilly, will make investments of between £1,000 and £100,000 in small and medium sized enterprises on the islands. It aims to generate long term, sustainable business growth and to create higher value jobs.
ERDF investment: £1.4m
20. Jubilee Pool Geothermal Heat Project
This project will use renewable geothermal energy to heat a section of Jubilee Pool, Penzance's art deco lido. A geothermal well will be drilled next to the pool making heat available throughout the year.
ERDF investment: £1.5m
Launchpad at Falmouth University has been given funding for a second year to help young start-up get off the ground.
EU investment: £9.8m
22. Outset Cornwall
Outset Cornwall provides tailored support for individuals who want to start their own business
EU investment: £3.4m
23. Local Manufacturing Advisory Programme (LMAP)
The Local Manufacturing Advisory Programme will support manufacturing businesses improve and grow.
EU investment : £124,932
24. Skills for Young People
Skills for Young People will provide skills development for young people who are not in education, employment or training
ESF investment £1.3m
25. St Erth Multi Modal Hub
This project will develop the area around St Erth railway station as a transport hub serving West Cornwall
ERDF investment: £5.4m
26. Superfast Business
Superfast Business will enable businesses to better understand and exploit the opportunities offered by superfast broadband that can help them develop new products or services, reach new markets and improve business performance.
ERDF investment: £3m
27. Supported Pathways for Progressive Employment – Business Sector Led
European Social Fund (ESF) investment is being used to provide support for employees who wish to develop their skills and enhance their career prospects.
ESF investment: £2.6m
28. Supported Pathways for Progressive Employment – Individuals in the Workforce
This project and 'Supported Pathways for Progressive Employment—Business Sector Led' will provide support for employees who wish to develop their skills and enhance their career prospects.
ESF investment: £2.6m
29. Upskilling the Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise Sector
Upskilling the workforce is one of the EU's priorities when it comes to funding
ESF investment: £730,000
30. Unlocking Innovation Potential (UIP)
Cornwall's tech companies are working hand in hand with education providers to boost IT skills in the county
EU investment: £3.7m
31. Widening Participation through Skills
Delivered by Truro and Penwith College, Cornwall College and the University of Exeter, this project aims to broaden participation in higher level skills by raising aspirations and awareness of opportunities, particularly supporting those least likely to enter higher or further education.
ESF investment £1.5m
I do not get to vote on every eu law change like Irish citizens do. Why do you?
Perhaps if the Remain campaign had concentrated on that, instead of trying to discredit the Leave campaign, more voters in Cornwall might have voted for Remain?
I assume then that you are in favour of a confirmatory vote on the withdrawal agreement, being in favour of a personal vote on such decisions.
Another vote yes to follow through with 'how' we leave - as we have already voted of course to leave. And that discussion has been had and won by winning voters- been there done that. So do you get to vote on changes in eu law or not?
Beat me to it.............i shan't hold my breath for anything other than deflection......kinda like they didn't answer what i actually said.....
I'm an Irish citizen. Since when did I get to vote on every single EU law?
Oh, you mean Lisbon? Well, you already know about why it was voted on twice, right? You definitely know about how we negotiated to get what we wanted, then allowed the people to vote again etc etc.
Seeing as, from experience, the English rarely have a clue about Irish history, I'd leave us out of this one. You're not going to come out looking very well.
Seeing as I was raised in Ireland and now live in the uk, I will give you clarity.. Irish citizens do hold a trump card when it comes to some big laws the eu. Its a 'special case'.
Absolutely wrong. The Irish have voted in around 10 referendums on EU constitutional changes since they joined in 1973. Surely you are not claiming that the EU has only had 10 law changes in the last 45 years?
If you look at my last post and keep up you will see this clarified further . Surely you read it? Or did it 'absolutely' pass you by? Indeed Ireland has been a 'special case' for some time.