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RECORD EMPLOYMENT

Wealden MP Nus Ghani has welcomed news that employment is at a record high and that wages are rising at their fastest pace for ten years.

'BREW MONDAY' BACKING

Wealden MP Nus Ghani is supporting the Samaritans’ “Brew Monday” campaign to encourage people across East Sussex and the UK to sit down with their neighbours and friends for a cup of tea this January.

SUPPORT FOR WEALDEN'S REFILL CAMPAIGN

Wealden District Council’s recent announcement of a three-part action plan to tackle the use of single-use plastics has been welcomed by Wealden MP Nus Ghani.

BREXIT - THE WAY FORWARD

House of Commons has spoken and the Government will listen. People, particularly EU citizens who have made their home here and UK citizens living in the EU, deserve clarity about what the House does support. 

So the Prime Minister has set out how we intend to proceed:

WEALDEN CREMATORIUM'S COMPLETION

Wealden’s Chairman Councillor Chris Hardy laid the final stone in Wealden’s new Crematorium at a ceremony to mark the completion of the building’s structure.

COUNTY'S FUNDING CRUX

COUNCIL leaders in the county will meet next week to discuss proposals for service changes and funding across East Sussex next year, in the context of uncertainty and a difficult financial outlook over the next three years.

"WELL DONE", WEALDEN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Wealden MP Nus Ghani has written to primary schools across Wealden to congratulate them for achieving increases from last year in the proportion of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths at Key Stage Two.

CELEBRATING SUSSEX VICTIM SUPPORT

On Monday, the 14th January, the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne will be launching a week-long photographic exhibition at the Jubilee Library in Brighton to celebrate locally-funded victim support services. Here she talks about the project.

COLD-CALLING BAN WELCOMED

Wealden MP Nus Ghani has welcomed the news that the Government have banned cold-calling in relation to pensions. Pensions are most people’s largest financial asset, making them an attractive target for fraudsters. The majority of pensions’ fraud has a single source: cold-calling.