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WHY DANIEL HANNAN IS STANDING AGAIN

The Opposition parties have succeeded on blocking Brexit, at least for now, and we seem almost certain to face another European election next month. 
 

Potholes, by the numbers.

Two million, fourteen thousand, nine hundred and sixty-seven to be precise. That’s how many potholes Conservative-run councils have fixed since 2016.

FOREST PATH REOPENS

A FOOTPATH which straddles the border between East and West Sussex has reopened after a bridge was rebuilt.

The path near Ashurst Wood, north of Forest Row, has been closed to walkers since January as a bridge along its route was out of action.

SUPPORT FOR WEALDEN FAMILIES

Working families across Wealden can look forward to having more money in their pockets – thanks to a range of new Government measures coming into effect this week.

CROWBOROUGH - IMPROVED DISABLED ACCESS

Nusrat Ghani, Member of Parliament for Wealden, was pleased to learn, as part of the Conservative Government’s funding to improve accessibility across the rail network for disabled people, that Crowborough train station will be upgraded to have step-free access.

CROWBOROUGH SCOUTS WELCOMED BY MP

Nus Ghani, Member of Parliament for Wealden, welcomed Crowborough Scouts to Parliament on the 8th of April. The Member of Parliament met with the Scouts and took questions from them regarding her role as their local MP, her work as a Government Minister, as well on Brexit, and other key local iss

MP CELEBRATES INCREASE IN NATIONAL LIVING WAGE

People in Wealden working on the National Living Wage received a 5% pay rise today, worth an extra £690 over the course of the year, in the biggest pay rise for low paid workers in 20 years.

MEP STRIPPED OF VISA-FREE TRAVEL RESPONSIBILITY

A British MEP has today been stripped of responsibility for processing a technical piece of no deal Brexit visa legislation that has been hijacked by the Spanish Government pushing their claims on Gibraltar.