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The Government has pledged to give rural residents in the West Country the right to fast broadband services.Read the full story ›
The European Commission had promised to review plans to remove a tax break which currently benefits small West Country cider makers.Read the full story ›
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Farmers from the region have marched on Downing St to fight for fairer prices. They even brought cows and sheep - to get their voices "herd"Read the full story ›
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A group campaigning to leave to leave the EU will launch in The South West today.
'Vote Leave' will be meeting business leaders from across the region in Bristol to discuss concerns about how EU regulations may be holding back their companies.
A YouGov poll released today says 62% of the South West's small businesses want the UK to control negotiations on trade deals, rather than the EU.
A representative from a key farmers union has told ITV News dairy farmers are "staring into the abyss" at the beginning of 2016 after a key retailer said it was slashing the price it pays for milk.
The Chairman of the National Farmers Union dairy board Rob Harrison said it looked like being a particularly bleak year for dairy farmers and warned that the industry was in absolute crisis.
Meanwhile dairy farmers from another group are planning a march on Downing Streetas the row over milk prices deepens.