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Osborne says China partnership will benefit British people

Britain's first nuclear power station for twenty years has moved a step closer to being built in Somerset.

The Chancellor George Osborne has announced fresh investment totalling more than £24 billion during a 5 day tour of China where he is hoping to secure further funding for Britain's nuclear industry.

The plant could provide 25,000 jobs.


South West based company to move production from China to Devon.

The production of Trunki suitcases by South West based company Magmatic is moving from China to the UK. Company owner Rob Law is moving production to his factory in Totnes. The first British made Trunki will be for the licensed Team GB as part of the London 2012 Olympics.

Trunki Factory in China Credit: Magmatic
The production will shift to this factory in Devon Credit: Magmatic