Traveling to Inveraray for a roundtable with a number of Argyll and Bute businesses. They discussed the challenges and opportunities of EU Exit, and the Government’s recently-published EU Exit White Paper. Mr Mundell also visited Loch Fyne Oysters and Fyne Ales to discuss the implications of Brexit for their businesses. On his two-day visit [Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 August 2018], Mr Mundell’s programme included: Meeting the leader of Argyll and Bute Council, Aileen Morton, to discuss local economic issues and their proposals for a rural growth deal. I was pleased to have the opportunity to meet Argyll and Bute Council, HMNB Clyde and a number of local businesses to discuss the issues and opportunities for the local economy, and to hear more about the Council’s proposals for a rural growth fund. We also discussed the priorities of businesses as we prepare to leave the EU. The UK Government is determined to get a deal with the EU which works for Scotland and the rest of the UK – one which allows us to continue trading with the EU while also striking ambitious new trade deals around the world. Mr Mundell said: HMNB Clyde is set to become the home of the UK’s entire submarine service from 2020, and the MOD is investing hundreds of millions of pounds in developing the base. In February 2017 the base, the UK government and the local authority Argyll and Bute signed a partnership agreement to ensure that the investment in the military site will benefit the growth and regeneration of the wider community.Mr Mundell added: Meeting personnel at HMNB Clyde in Helensburgh, to discuss the economic partnership between the local community and the base, and see newly-refurbished service personnel accommodation in the town. The work of the team at HMNB Clyde demonstrates clearly how Scotland benefits from the UK’s armed forces, and how our military contributes to the safety and prosperity of Scotland. The Faslane base makes a huge contribution to the local area, providing skilled jobs, supporting the local economy and contributing to regeneration. This project, which will improve service families’ accommodation, is a great example of that strong partnership with the local community in action.
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It added that Moqren, 69, was also relieved of his position as deputy prime minister in the world’s largest oil exporter, but insisted “he will always remain in high regard”. Related Saudi king to deliver speech in Egypt’s parliament Saudi Arabia strikes Yemen Rebels The decree named “Prince Mohammed bin Nayef as crown prince” as well as deputy prime minister and said he will continue in his position of interior minister and head of the political and security council, a coordinating body. Saudi King has ‘full confidence’ in Egypt security Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Wednesday named his powerful interior minister as heir in a generational shift that also saw one of his sons promoted to second in line to the throne.By making Interior Minister Mohammed bin Nayef, 55, crown prince and Defence Minister Mohammed bin Salman, 30, deputy crown prince, King Salman has effectively decided the line of succession for decades to come in the world’s top oil exporter.A royal decree removed Crown Prince Moqren bin Abdul Aziz bin Saud as next in line to the throne and replaced him with Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who headed a crackdown on Al-Qaeda in the oil-rich kingdom a decade ago.“We have decided to respond to his highness and what he had expressed about his desire to be relieved from the position of crown prince,” said a statement from the royal court, carried by the official Saudi Press Agency.
Tag: 上海丝袜会所 Angels Offseason Options: J.A. Happ
Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Why he makes sense: After having some injury troubles earlier in his career, Happ has averaged 29 starts over the past five years. He also has a 3.62 ERA in that time, pitching in the tough American League East. He could be even better in the more spacious parks of the AL West. Last season, Happ also had 3.78 strikeouts per walk, a career-best. Because of Happ’s age, most teams are probably going to be looking at him for one- or two-year deals, which could be just the sort of short-term space-filler the Angels need while they wait for Shohei Ohtani to come back or some of their prospects to develop.Why he doesn’t: Even though Happ won’t require a long-term deal, he won’t be cheap. He is hitting free agency after one of his best seasons, one in which he made $13 million. It seems likely he’ll get $15 million or more per season, which might be too much for the Angels to gamble on someone who will be 36. If they signed Happ, he might be the only significant addition to the rotation.Previous players: C J.T. Realmuto, RHP Nate Eovaldi, RHP Sonny Gray, LHP Patrick Corbin, LHP CC Sabathia, UT Daniel Descalso, RHP Julio Teheran, LHP Gio Gonzalez, UT Marwin Gonzalez.Related Articles Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield (This is the latest in a series of quick profiles on players who fit for the Angels to add over the winter. They are purely “informed speculation,” based on what we know about the Angels’ roster needs along with General Manager Billy Eppler’s preferences and history. We’ll have a new one every weekday, until the GM Meetings, which are the unofficial start of the hot stove season.)J.A. HAPP, LHP, New York YankeesThe basics: Without much fanfare, Happ has fashioned a solid career. His career ERA is 3.90 over 12 years, including a 20-4 season in 2016. He spent most of his career with the Philadelphia Phillies and Toronto Blue Jays, with cameos with the Houston Astros and Yankees. Happ just turned 36.2018 season: Not long after getting the first All-Star nod of his career, Happ was traded from the Blue Jays to Yankees. He posted a 3.65 ERA in 31 starts between the two teams. His 9.8 strikeouts per nine innings were a career high.Contract status: Happ is a free agent, after making $13 million in 2018. Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error