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Conservative councillor resigns from party saying the 'cynical party before nation' attitude is 'disturbing'

RESIGNATION: Gwil Wren, a Conservative councillor for Taunton Deane Council has resigned from the party, and will now serve the rest of his time as an Independent

A CONSERVATIVE councillor on Taunton Deane Council has resigned from the party saying the decision to have a referendum over the UK's membership to the EU was "unforgivable".

8:10am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Plans submitted for £105m Taunton shops, homes, offices and leisure development

Plans submitted for £105m Taunton shops, homes, offices and leisure development in

PROPOSALS for a multi-million pound development on a derelict former cattle market site are set to be unveiled shortly.

9:21am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Wigan finish strongly to see off Catalans Dragons and extend winning run to three

Wigan finish strongly to see off Catalans Dragons and extend winning run to three

Joe Burgess, Liam Forsyth and Tom Davies each scored two tries.

6:14pm Sunday 23 April 2017

Record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson hails a wee triumph

Record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson hails a wee triumph

Mr Trump told Ms Whitson during the call: “This is a very special day in the glorious history of American spaceflight.”

6:43pm Monday 24 April 2017

West Ham and Everton battle out dull draw

West Ham and Everton battle out dull draw

West Ham edged closer to safety as they remain in 13th place, seven points off the drop zone.

6:33pm Saturday 22 April 2017

Ronnie O’Sullivan back in action, but with two celebrities in his corner

Ronnie O’Sullivan back in action, but with two celebrities in his corner

World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has rejected O’Sullivan’s claims of bullying.

11:33am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Insight: Should private schools pay VAT to fund schemes for state schools?

COOKING: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during a cooking session as he visits a children’s holiday club. Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

DEBATES surrounding the charitable status of independent schools across the country have erupted after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn announced that his government will impose VAT on private school fees to pay for free school meals for all primary…

7:00am Saturday 15 April 2017

John Legend dazzles Disneyland audience celebrating 25 years of Paris park

John Legend dazzles Disneyland audience celebrating 25 years of Paris park

John Legend made a surprise appearance at Disneyland Paris.

7:03am Monday 27 March 2017

Councils 'Article 50' moment as they trigger merger bid with Government

Council leaders Cllr John Williams and Cllr Anthony Trollope-Bellew.

A DOCUMENT backing the case for a merger of two district councils ahead of elections in 2019 has been sent to the Government.

12:35pm Wednesday 29 March 2017

Council agree £80k loan to Hestercombe Gardens

LOAN: Taunton Deane Borough Counil agree £80k loan to Hestercombe Gardens Trust

TAUNTON Deane Borough Council (TDBC) has voted to loan £80,000 to the Hestercombe Gardens Trust.

5:00pm Wednesday 12 April 2017
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