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Promise Over Scilly Link

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8:01am 24th June 2012

We are told the government is committed to the scheme that will safeguard Cornwall's ferry link to Scilly


St Ives' MP Andrew George says ministers insist funding to do up Penzance Harbour is secure.

He is pushing for a decision soon.

8:01am 24th June 2012

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