Despite numerous internal conflicts and disputes, the Local Police of Torrevieja has significantly reduced the overtime expenditure, with a 60% saving in the last four years.
A new series of rotas had been one of the biggest issues of late, as well a…
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Euro-MP for the Los Verdes-Ale group, Iñaki Irazabalbeitia, visited the infamous Cala Mosca this week, to inspect the area of undeveloped land with a view to representing the area in the European Parliament.
Irazabalbeitia said that he was unaware of the importance of the land, and the presence of a number of protected species of flora and fauna, to which he has suggested that the town hall act in order to raise funds for environmental development and care of the area, “Combining private and public interests”, for an area that should be “left as an example of what was there before the urbanized coast for future generations”.
The town hall has recently implemented a plan to block traffic access on the site, blocking off both ends to prevent the damage caused by vehicles driving through the area.
Whilst in the area, the MEP also visited the illegal garbage dump at La Murada, denounced by the
The mayor of Orihuela, Monserrate Guillén, accompanied Irazabalbeitia during his stay in Orihuela and asked him to respond and support initiatives from the City Council put in place to protect the environment of Orihuela and the coast, which received a positive impression.
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The Pound took a thumping against the Euro (GBPEUR) this morning following the publication of the most recent UK retail sales figures.
Sterling declined against the Euro by 0.8% as UK retail sales were 1% down in August against the previous year. It …
“No member judged that further stimulus was appropriate at present [as] domestically there were increased signs that the recovery was taking hold.” This was a statement released earlier today by the Bank of England following the most recent Monetary Policy Committee meeting.
All nine members of the MPC were in agreement and it was decided to hold rates at the current all-time lows and stick to the current level of asset purchases. This was a about turn from the previous month where some MPC members were of the opinion that there was a good argument for altering the current strategy.
The Pound advanced strongly in early trading today as investors reacted as expected to the news that there is now a smaller threat of increased stimulus. The UK economic indicators are showing signs of strengthening.
On Thursday the UK is expected to publish retail sales figures which are likely to cause the Pound to fluctuate during the day’s trading. Economists are expecting that year-on-year sales increased by 3.2% in August following months of stagnant results. If speculation is correct, the Pound could see a further boost in trading on Thursday.
The foreign exchange rate at 16:15 GMT stood at around 1.2000. For bank-beating exchange rates, call the LeaderFX hotline on +34 96 626 5024 (Spain) or +44 (0)115 827 7102 (UK).
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