Tag Archives: East Sussex

Government is to make and implement with PUBLIC CONSENT


Yesterday in Parliament, the MP for Bexhill and Battle, Huw Merriman raised a very serious question in front of Jacob Rees-Mogg who is the leader of the House of Commons. The answer was even more radical than aspects of the … Continue reading

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Group of MPs could use technology to communicate with Sussex constituents


Over the last few days a number of matters have arisen that require more clarity for many of us to understand the way forward for our nation or for us in both regional and local settings. In a usual context … Continue reading

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The South East is in political meltdown


Following the local elections on Thursday, the BBC have published the nations results on this website page which provide a helpful comparison with the previous similar elections in each area. There are a few slightly unclear areas that have gone … Continue reading

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Harmonising of cultures


As Nick Juba begins the process of merging City College and Northbrook, challenges lie ahead Continue reading

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Lets celebrate


Its the middle of Mental Health week and one small way of responding to this is finding positive things to say about the people we work and live with. Last week as one of the corporate sponsors of a Youth … Continue reading

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The problem with memory


Why English Language lessons are nothing new, and this Government cancelled the previous approach Continue reading

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19 month hiatus?


Its great news, that Brighton & Hove Councillors have selected Geoff Raw as the interim CEO for the Council. Geoff already had an extensive brief within the Council and so in terms of holding the organisation steady, he is an … Continue reading

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Please add your voice


As part of the Welfare Reform Act 2012, the Government decided to remove a pot of money called the Discretionary Social Fund or DSF. This fund which was introduced in 1987 and distributed to Local Government across the country as … Continue reading

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A small nail out of the rural coffin


As a proud resident of Sussex, albeit from the confines of the urban heart of Brighton with some of the best transport links in the country, I have a keen interest in the sustainability of our many rural towns and villages. … Continue reading

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The consequences of DWP rhetoric


Finding critics of Iain Duncan Smith and his welfare reforms is not difficult, despite the statistics that suggest that some of them have broad levels of support. Many of these changes have only just begun to take affect or are waiting … Continue reading

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