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LETTER: It was worth it – it worked

Almost exactly 20 years ago, together with nine others, I was expelled from the Labour Party for advocating tactical voting here in Lewes.

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LETTER: Brexit means Brexit

Were other readers as surprised as many I have spoken to at so much of this paper’s letters page (Sussex Express 12 May) being devoted to a repetitive advertisement for the Lib Dem’s by yesterday’s man Norman Baker?

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LETTER: Tactical vote seems practical

As a Labour member of nearly 40 years, living in Lewes I am finally tempted to vote tactically in the current election.

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LETTER: Electorate can decide

I really am getting fed up seeing Norman Baker’s face on the front page of the Sussex Express (May 12 edition) as well as reading his ill-informed letter to the residents of Lewes on the Opinion page.

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LETTER: Questions for Kelly

I was delighted to read in the Sussex Express of 12th May Norman Baker weighing in to the election debate for the Lewes constituency.

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LETTER: Disappointing headline

Lewes District Green Party’s decision not to stand in the general election as a gesture of co-operation with the Liberal Democrats has been warmly welcomed by local people and grassroots Lib Dem activists.

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LETTER: I agree with Norman

I very much agree with the general point made by Norman Baker in last week’s [Sussex Express, May 12] letters.

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LETTER: Depressing letter

I’m afraid I found Norman Baker’s self-justifying letter in the Sussex Express (May 12, 2017), urging the Green Party to withdraw its candidate from this election, as it has now done, both unnecessary and depressing.

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LETTER: Two curious omissions

I had a lot of respect for Norman Baker when he represented Lewes in Westminster.

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John Seaman of Seaford went to America in 1630 to escape religious intolerance in England. He commanded Connecticut militia who fought the Pequot tribe and all but wiped them out. Later Captain Seaman became a pacifist Quaker.

A Sussex migrant founded Seaford on Long Island, USA

I have long been aware of a town called Seaford in the American state of Delaware but have only just discovered there’s another Seaford “over there”.
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LETTER: Norman Baker to all Lewes people

If the polls are even half accurate, it seems nationally we are heading for a big Conservative majority at the General Election, now less than a month away.

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LETTER: Where has he been?

I notice that in the declaration of County Council members allowances, Tory Council Leader Keith Glazier trousered £3,327.30 for ‘Travel By Car’.

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LETTER: Unite against dementia

May is the month of the Alzheimer’s Society’s annual Dementia Awareness Week (14-20 May).

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LETTER: A clear gap between views

I couldn’t agree more with Anthony Thomson (‘Thank you Prime Minister’ – Letters, May 5) when he says that the Remain supporting Lewes and their Leave MP should shake hands and go their separate ways.

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LETTER: Please repaint these lines

In an effort to improve the safety of children at Bonners Primary School in Maresfield during a period of six weeks from July 25 2015, School Hill, Maresfield, was closed in order that speed bumps could be installed.

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LETTER: High and dry supporters

So, now we really see what the Greens in Lewes are like, weak and lily-livered it would seem.

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LETTER: It was quieter in the local pub

Is it me or is Lewes Library the noisiest library.

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LETTER: Insistence is a direct conflict

There was a recent meeting at East Sussex County Council, County Hall in Lewes to discuss the planned road bridge and road onto Tide Mills.

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LETTER: Thank you Prime Minister

Well! It would seem a big thank you is owed to our Prime Minister.

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LETTER: Why should they clean up?

Why should railway staff have to clean up behind graffiti artists or litter louts.

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