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LETTER: Plan would do serious damage to ‘money tree’

Jeremy Corbyn has been very successful in mobilising young people’s votes.

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LETTER: I am grateful to have five more years as your MP

I want to thank everyone who voted for me during the recent General Election.

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British soldiers at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment fought there and would have fired their muskets with gunpowder made in their home county.

The grim cost of gunpowder manufacture in Sussex

In 1722 the creator of Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe, wrote of the East Sussex town of Battle: “It is remarkable for little but making the finest gunpowder – perhaps the best in Europe.”
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LETTER: Taken aback

With reference to Peter Estcourt’s letter in the Sussex Express on June 9, I too was rather taken aback by the cover advertisement, though I did also see the Editor’s explanation inside the paper.

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LETTER: Disgraceful

I shall no longer be buying the Sussex Express after your disgraceful front page wraparound advertisement for Theresa May on your last edition before the election.

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LETTER: ‘Over the top’

Whilst it would be curmudgeonly not to congratulate Maria Caulfield on her re-election, I cannot help feeling that she over reacted to a few people dressing up as nuns and parading through the Cliffe.

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LETTER: DUP deals

Open letter to Maria Caulfield, MP, Lewes:

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LETTER: Disappointed

Along with many others I did my little bit to help Kelly-Marie in Lewes, and the result is a bitter disappointment.

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LETTER: Startling result

For the first time in 20 years I have not been involved in a general election, but still find the results startling.

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LETTER: Health Service

Your survey of a not necessary representative sample on the NHS (Essential Information, June 2) demonstrates the usual misunderstanding on the involvement of the private sector in the health service.

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LETTER: Come on LDC – do something for the greater good

Can I add my voice to that of Richard Green (June 9, Sussex Express) and welcome any move to bring the arts back to the Thebes at Lewes House.

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LETTER: Voting slips

Two things occurred to me when I made my vote in last week’s general election.

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LETTER: Disgraceful

A better name for ‘the Lewes Progressives’ (Express June 9) mocking election candidate, Maria Caulfield, a few days before the general election would be ‘the Lewes Mountebanks’.

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LETTER: Dear Maria...

Open letter to Maria Caulfield.

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LETTER: Thank you

I want to thank the 21,312 people who cast a vote for me in the election last week.

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A dramatic painting depicting the Spanish Armada under full sail in the English Channel in 1588. Spain sought to depose Queen Elizabeth and end English interference in the Netherlands that was then a Spanish possession.

Sussex beacons warned of Spanish Armada’s arrival

When we think of Sussex beacons most of us immediately think of the Spanish Armada and how a series of fires atop the Downs warned of the approach of the enemy fleet up the English Channel.

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LETTER: Lack of judgement

I was appalled by the lack of judgement shown by the editorial staff of your newspaper in the June 2 issue.

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LETTER: Planning

I would be grateful if you would consider printing the following letter that I have sent to Sajid Javid. It clearly shows that LDC are ignoring the severe housing shortage and are in denial that their policies are not working.

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LETTER: Give it to the town

There has been a lot of disquiet expressed about the future use of the Turkish Baths.

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LETTER: Girls allowed

Many years of my life were spent working with young people and, forever, it seemed, trying to secure resources for their education and leisure activities.

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