Tag Archives: West Sussex

Let us Pray for Peace in Ukraine


Here is a photograph of the praying that took place last night in Lewes involving the Archbishop of Canterbury who is visiting Chichester Diocese over the last few days. The smaller photograph is from Lehigh Valley which is in Pennsylvania … 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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Parliamentary neighbours must listen to one another


It is perhaps understandable that MPs from different parties fail to pay much attention to one another when they are trying to make a point, but when the Government and its fellow MPs speak about the same issues and MPs … 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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A sobering set of statistics


This graph makes it crystal clear how disproportionately low our exposure to asylum applications is when compared to nearly all of our European Neighbours. One of the few positive outcomes from the many debates taking place yesterday is that our Government along with France … 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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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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Just like Katy!


On Tuesday 29th January Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne announced that she intends to appoint Cllr Steve Waight as her deputy PCC “subject to confirmation by the Police and Crime Panel”. Like Cllr Bourne (Katy remains a Cllr in Mid Sussex District Council, … Continue reading

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