Lord Heseltine has been in Cornwall today telling business and political leaders they alone should shape the future for the county.
At a visit to Pendennis shipyard in Falmouth where he meet the yard's apprentices, the former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister, said it's not the job of Government to instruct Cornwall.
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