Last Thursday there was this session called Topical Questions Cabinet Office – in the House of Commons and one of the contributors was the Conservative MP for Hastings and Rye, Sally-Ann Hart who made a very significant state focusing on our region area. Sadly it did not include the whole of Sussex but the focus would be recognised throughout Sussex for most of us who live in Sussex. However there were three Conservative Ministers who took part in the session which were Jeremy Quin, Oliver Dowden and Alex Burghart. All three of them initially stated Rose – so Lindsay Hoyle the Speaker of the House of Commons and the Labour MP for Chorley stated “Come on!” and Jeremy Quin who is the MP for Horsham then responded. Here are the the words from Sally-Ann and Jeremy
Sally-Ann: I would like to highlight the hard work of local civil servants at East Sussex County Council, Rother District Council and Hastings Borough Council. I do not know their politics, and they have always worked with me in a positive way. Will my right hon. Friend join me in thanking them for their work locally to deliver services, especially during the local elections last week?
Jeremy: We are all struggling over the opportunity to endorse what my hon. Friend says, because it is absolutely right and we do not say it enough. A huge amount of hard work is done by civil servants at local and national level. We appreciate the work undertaken by them and I very much welcome her bringing it to the Chamber today.