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LETTER: Where’s the yucca gone?

I wonder if Newhaven Town Council could advise why they have removed a yucca plant from the Valley Ponds area?

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LETTER: Grants handed out to groups

I am pleased to say that with the valuable support of local donors the Lewes Fund has been able to make grants this year to the following groups:

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LETTER: Conclusive result

No matter how you ‘hang, draw and quarter’ the numbers, it cannot be denied the outcome of the Referendum is conclusive.

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LETTER: Lack of communication

I am appalled at the lack of clear communication from all the parties in the Southern Rail dispute.

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LETTER: Archaic legislation

Christine Fairway made an interesting observation last week on the current low level of water in Arlington Reservoir.

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LETTER: Is there a link?

In 1908 pensions were introduced in to the UK. You had to be over 70. Small opportunity for lying as the census for births was started in 1831.

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LETTER: Concerned

Re the article “Be a Santa to a Senior ….” [Express 30.12.2016] which includes references to the lunch on Christmas Day organised by us as individuals, we are somewhat concerned at discrepancies contained therein.

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LETTER: I speak as I find

I follow the argument from both sides of the hunting debate with interest.

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LETTER: This is the world now

Further to my letter on the shock horror planning consent for 50 houses on Mitchelswood Farm, Newick, it is not difficult to pin down reasons for this decision.

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LETTER: Can MP reply?

I would like to add weight to David Hitchen’s letter of December 30.

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LETTER: Compulsory voting

It is, of course, true that a majority of the voters in this country did not vote for Brexit, as stated by your correspondent Mr Main (letters page December 30).

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LETTER: Complete transparency

I totally agree with all David Hitchin says in his letter of December 30 ‘Is driver-only ‘perfectly safe’.

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LETTER: Southern not fit to hold franchise

With a heightened terrorist threat and possibilities of flooding in the UK, Maria Caulfield wants to turn the army into bus drivers for Southern Rail’s inept managers [Sx Exp 30.12.16].

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LETTER: One-sided view

In her Opinion Piece, MP Nus Ghani complains about the intransigence of the rail unions [Express xx].

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LETTER: Is immigration used as a smokescreen by the rich?

Early next year, council tax is to rise to pay for the cost of the large number of retired people (I am one of them).

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LETTER: Blowing hole in local planning

The outrage over the Secretary of State’s decision to overturn at appeal Lewes District Council’s refusal of 50 houses at Mitchelswood Farm in Newick is very understandable, as it appears in itself to negate the basis of the Newick Neighbourhood Plan as a whole.

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LETTER: Can you rise to the challenge?

Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet?

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LETTER: Hunting Act being flouted

Another Boxing Day has been and gone and we have been shown chocolate-box pictures of hunt meets, fed inflated figures of attendees and told that hunts now only follow scent trails.

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LETTER: 63 per cent who didn’t vote for Brexit

Peter Charlton’s letter seemed to be suggesting that the majority of the country agreed with his view on Brexit.

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LETTER: Reservoir water level a shock

My husband and I recently walked around Arlington Reservoir and were shocked at how low the water level is.

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