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EAST SUSSEX YOUTH DEBATE HOMELESSNESS

A NATIONAL youth body will debate homelessness in the House of Commons, after a motion proposed by an East Sussex member earned the backing of young people across the country.

AVOIDING CYBER-CRIME IN WEALDEN

Keeping your business safe from cybercrime is important. Online crime is costing UK businesses £66 billion a year. There has been a 21% increase in this sort of crime since 2016, so businesses would be foolish not to take adequate precautions.

WEALDEN FARMERS MEET MINISTER

A group of Wealden farmers recently joined Nus Ghani for a meeting with the Farming Minister, George Eustice MP, in Parliament.

11M GET FAIRER ENERGY DEAL

Ofgem has set the final level for our energy price cap, giving 11 million people a fairer deal and ensuring we help people make ends meet as we build a country that works for everyone.

WEALDEN PUBS BACKED IN BUDGET

Nus Ghani, the MP for Wealden, has welcomed news that the Government has frozen duty on beer, cider and spirits for another year.

TOP AUTHOR BACKS EAST SUSSEX FOSTERING

A LEADING children’s author who based a series of books in the care system has given her backing to the latest drive to recruit foster carers and supported lodgings providers.

MP RAISING MONEY WITH BRITISH LEGION

Wealden MP Nus Ghani joined the Royal British Legion for the Great War Walk, a community walk to mark the centenary of the Armstice, which marked the end of the First World War a hundred years ago.

NOMINATE COMMUNITY HEROES

Wealden District Council is looking for nominations for the Chairman’s Community Volunteer Awards. The successful nominees will be presented with their awards at the Chairman’s annual Civic Reception on Friday 1 March 2019 at Herstmonceux Castle.

HIGH STREET SUPPORT WELCOMED

Wealden MP Nus Ghani has welcomed measures included in the Autumn Budget designed to support high streets such as Uckfield, Hailsham, Crowborough and Forest Row.

WEALDEN'S PARLIAMENTARY TOUR

Fifty East Sussex residents joined Wealden MP Nus Ghani for a tour of Parliament along with a chat and discussion about all things Wealden and Westminster.

The group came from the towns and villages all over Wealden, including Hailsham, Crowborough, Uckfield,  Horam and Groombridge.