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28th February 2017

Today’s headlines: Boeing’s UK expansions shows our international potential; factories say they are thriving; Andrew Lloyd Webber tells peers “not to overrule the will of the people”; new work permits unveiled; and more.

Telegraph: Boeing’s decision to establish first European base in UK shows our international potential post-Brexit 
Plymouth Herald: Factories in Plymouth say they are thriving after the Brexit vote
The Herald: Revealed: University of St Andrews campus plans to create 500 new jobs
Gazette Live: New power station could bring more than 1,000 jobs to Teesside
Meat Trades Journal: Dawn Farms to create 150 jobs at research centre

Telegraph: Andrew Lloyd Webber tells peers ‘not overrule the will of the people’ and back Brexit
Sky: Brexit bill to be defeated by Lords over EU nationals’ rights
The Sun: Theresa May’s Brexit work permit gives us a first glimpse of how immigration will work after we leave the EU, and it will work wonders to slash migration
Telegraph: Brexit Britain is rising above the European Commission’s petulance 
Sky: Brexit will ‘end freedom of movement as we know it’, says Home Secretary Amber Rudd
Breitbart London: UK Can be ‘Self-sufficient’ In Workers After Brexit, Lords Told

Silicon UK: UK Government Sets Sights On £650bn AI Sector With Funding
City A.M.:
 Virgin Money increases profits, as Brexit yet to wobble the business

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