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Where there isn't a pavement pedestrians are forced to walk along the verge SUS-180730-072326001

Protecting verges at high risk to pedestrians

None of us need venture far before our ordered urban roads and pavements give way to less structured surroundings, where pavements are replaced by soft green verges, some untended and others devotedly cared for frequently by adjoining owners.

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LETTER: Pigeons, home and roost?

Last week’s editorial correctly states that, unlike the national tabloids, the Sussex Express has preserved an even-handed approach throughout these turbulent times.

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LETTER: She’s no party political hack

Robin Bextor, using somewhat intemperate language, criticises Maria Caulfield MP for supporting Brexit, although not the Government’s version of it (letter, July 13). May I remind him that Maria was elected last year with an increased majority of 5,508 on a Conservative Manifesto promising Brexit. She has been an independent and energetic constituency MP, serving her voters well, unafraid to criticise the government, whilst keeping her feet on the ground and working as a part-time nurse – the very opposite of a party political hack.

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LETTER: Don’t the leavers count?

I’m sure Robin Bextor would have been smugly congratulating himself on seeing his letter attacking Maria Caulfield in pole position on the Opinions page (Friday July ) of the Sussex Express until his eyes drifted to the left and read your Leader “This is democracy – MP’s decision shows she has the courage of her convictions”.

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LETTER: I say, I say, I say

How many East SussexCounty Council light bulbs does it take to switch on the pelican crossing at the junction of Brighton Road/ Montacute Road in Lewes?

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