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Brexit: Is it a bad deal? Can we make it better?

Brexit: Is it a bad deal? Can we make it better?

Beware percentages use ... Paul Newman in his letter of November 23 says that the UK will be losing 8% of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) compared with the European Union losing 1.5% of its GDP when we leave the European Union, so ‘of course we get a bad deal’.

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Minds changing over Brexit

Minds changing over Brexit

Open letter to Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden

We write on behalf of both Leave and Remain voters in Wealden who have considerable concerns about the narrowing options for Wealden in the current Brexit fiasco.

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Road closure beggars belief

Road closure beggars belief

As a resident of Sheepsetting Lane, Heathfield, I have to say East Sussex County Council’s ability to plan, timetable and communicate with the town’s traders and residents beggars belief.

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Housing – let’s hit new heights

Housing – let’s hit new heights

There was, quite rightly, national acclaim for the decision by Prime Minister Theresa May to lift the housing borrowing cap which has hindered the ability of councils to provide housing and to tackle the chronic shortages all over the country.

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The dead ruling over the living

The dead ruling over the living

Life’s too short to respond to every point in Mr R. Moore’s long letter about Brexit (‘Unfair criticism of our MP’, October 5). But his views should not go unchallenged.

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Sould I laugh or should I cry?

Sould I laugh or should I cry?

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. At the East Sussex County Council meeting in Lewes (October 16) I asked the Leader of the council about its readiness for a no deal Brexit.

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It is for the public to decide

It is for the public to decide

Re: Interview of PCC Katy Bourne (See page 2)

Having read the article above online I once again find myself at odds with the Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne.

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It surely is time for change?

It surely is time for change?

I wonder if Lewes District Council residents are aware that in February this year, despite strong opposition, the District Council cut its number of meetings each year from five to four.

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