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The Whitehouse has been accused of being insensitive after saying it’s ready to pay up to 1,000 people £100,000 to leave Belfast’s Upper Hunter mines.

A letter signed by senio카지노 쿠폰r staff from the Department for the Environment, https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/coque-iphone-7-pogba-710pascher419 Food and Rural Affairs and the department’s Belfast unit has been posted on the Belfast Office’s website.

It states: “The Upper Hunter mines remain open and will remain open until July 2019.

“After further investigation the Government has now concluded that there is no need for closure of the Upper Hunter mines and that the Government is prepared to accept a contract offer from the operators in this instance.”

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However, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-7-la-plus-vendu-715pascher4092 the letter states: “The Upper Hunter Mines in particular have had a significant impact on communities throughout the East of Northern Ireland.

“This has created a legacy of harm and has created fear of economic loss and job loss.

“The Government has always recognised that the mines were critical to the health and wellbeing of families and communities in East Derry, https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-7-levis-710pascher441 but it has also recognized that we should respect the community concerns that accompany the project.

“The Government is confident that its decision has now been fully considered.”

The letter ends with the statement: “After further investigation the Government has now concluded that there is no need for closure of the Upper Hunter mines and that the Government is prepared to accept a contract offer from the operators in this instance.”

A source involved in negotiations over an offer from the mine’s operator last week confirmed to us the company has indicated plans to stop producing iron ore for four years.

Earlier this year,