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EU URGED TO JOIN POSITIVE TALKS

Responding to the Prime Minister's Mansion House speech today, Conservative MEPs' leader Ashley Fox said:

“The Prime Minister has today clearly laid out the UK’s position, adding significant detail to her previous speeches in Lancaster House and Florence.

OUR FUTURE PARTNERSHIP

Theresa May's vision for the future economic partnership between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

Why has My Council Tax Gone Up?

An explanation by Cllr Bob Standley

As Conservatives we don’t like to see tax increases as we believe as much of our residents’ earnings should be left for them to spend as they choose. However we also need to supply the essential services our residents require.

W.I. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Wealden MP Nus Ghani met with Berenice Blurton, the Chair of Mayfield Evening Women’s Institute, to celebrate their 100 year anniversary.

NEW CANCER UNIT WELCOMED

Wealden MP Nus Ghani has welcomed the grand opening of a new radiotherapy unit at Eastbourne District General Hospital.

MP PREPARES FOR SUFFRAGETTE CELEBRATIONS

Wealden MP Nus Ghani visited Bridge Cottage in Uckfield to meet with Nicola Stewart, the Heritage Education Officer at Bridge Cottage, to continue planning how best to honour the perseverance and courage of Wealden suffragettes & suffragists.

CONSERVATIVES BACK CLAMPDOWN ON TERROR FUNDING

Conservative MEPs have helped shape proposals to cut the flow of money to jihadist radicals.

The European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee today backed a series of recommendations aimed at starving groups such as ISIS of crucial funding.

WEALDEN'S TOP CHEFS CONGRATULATED BY MP

Wealden MP Nus Ghani was delighted to present four pub chefs with awards recognising their outstanding service to Wealden.

They had been nominated for Pub Chef of the Year by people across Wealden, who chose their favourite pubs for food, drink and hospitality.

MP BACKS FIGHT TO RETAIN RECYCLING CENTRES

Wealden's MP Nus Ghani has joined locals from across Wealden to ensure that East Sussex County Council consider all possible options for rethinking the way recycling centres in Wealden operate.