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The ex-Tory chancellor said calls for a "meaningful vote" on the final deal were "cover" for not wanting to leave. Peers will debate the issue on Tuesday, having already backed a guarantee of the rights of EU residents to remain. The Lords must "see sense" and allow Theresa May to begin official talks as soon as possible, Lord Lamont said. The prime minister wants to notify the
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The candidates Image copyright Reuters/PA Image caption Party leaders have been visiting Copeland to support their candidates Labour has chosen Gill Troughton as its candidate. The councillor and former doctor and ambulance driver was chosen from an all-woman shortlist. Up against her for the Conservatives is Trudy Harrison, who lives in the village of Bootle and was a parish councillor for a number of years. UKIP has chosen its 2015 general election candidate, Fiona Mills. The Liberal Democrats have chosen Rebecca Hanson and the Green Party Jack Lenox as their candidates. There are also two independent candidates - Michael Guest and Roy Ivinson. Electoral history Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Whitehaven harbour in the coastal constituency of Copeland Copeland and its predecessor Whitehaven have been Labour since 1935, but the seat has become more marginal in recent years. Mr Reed, who had been an MP since 2005, held the seat by 2,564 votes from the Conservatives in 2015, with UKIP another 8,038 votes behind in third. The Tories are bidding to become the first governing party to make a by-election gain - not including a 1982 poll triggered by a defecting Labour MP - since 1960. Going nuclear Image copyright NuGen Image caption The Moorside plant is set to open in 2024 With nearly 11,000 people employed at Sellafield, thousands more in the supply chain and a new power plant proposed in the constituency, the nuclear industry has been a key issue.
"I think 'exposure' is sometimes a dirty word in this industry, but it's extremely beneficial," she says. "Utah Fashion Week does a great job at marketing their designers, and I've always enjoyed working with them." While the avant-garde show takes place late in the week, several designers in addition to Fenton are ready to present work at other events focused on swimwear, urban and bridal. "You can expect to see a number of local designers presenting their collections in a bunch of different categories," Fenton says. "It's fun, exciting, energeticif you
To learn more about dresses online visit online shopping websiteslike creative people, this is a great place to go and mingle." As soon as Utah Fashion Week wraps up, Fenton will be busy preparing for SLUG Magazine's 28th anniversary fashion show on Saturday, March 25. "After that, it's pretty much business as usual," she says. "I'll be looking at putting a few designs into productionnot massive production, but to the point where they're being sold in shops around the world again." Despite the obligatory allure of fashion destinations like New York or Los Angeles, Fenton has chosen to help establish a beachhead of local fashion here in Utah. "L.A. and New York don't need any more artists and designers," she says. "I think Utah is actually a hub of creativity. Our fashion community runs the gamut of talent and interestsI don't think you can pin it down to just one thing. Utah hasn't molded just one type of designer." For those up-and-coming fashion designers that are hesitant to jump into the game, Fenton is an excellent example of someone who has made her environment into a product of herself and not the other way around.
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