When selecting candidates for the local elections on May 2nd, our branch of the Labour Party aimed to include at least one person who knows what it is like to live with a permanent disability or a chronic illness.
Councillor Latham (letters, February 1) is right; Parliament is indeed unrepresentative. U Gov (16.1.2019) measured hypothetical voting intentions at 48 per cent remain, 38 per cent leave, and 14 per cent ‘don’t know’.
I feel today having spent more than 50 years researching and writing about Bomber Command in WWII that we have with the desecration of the Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park made a giant step backwards.
Joan Ballington appears to believe that the country is being “taken down ... for the benefit of the ultra-right-wing rich” and demands we should stay in the EU or hold a second referendum on leaving (letters, January 11).
There will be a lots of head scratching in Lewes this week after reading (Sussex Express, January 11) that Karis, the developer responsible for the car crash that was the 49 sites project, is suing our council for over £11 million in damages. Our money, public money.