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EU Ref

A personal view on the Referendum:     Lewes voted to stay in but that was not reflected nationally. It’s going to take a long time for the decision to take full effect. What will Scotland decide to do? How will things develop in Northern Ireland? Will BREXIT promises be kept, including those on the NHS? How will the decision affect our economy and will UK government replace the infrastructure, agricultural and regional funding that has been provided by the EU? There are many questions unanswered.  One question foremost in people’s minds has been migration. I’ve written an article about this to help clarify things in my own mind – please click here or on the image below to read this – I hope you find this useful.

But also I don’t think we can let things pass without commenting on the voting arrangements. I believe these were less than satisfactory:

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Health Service Consultation

NHS - ESCCA further public workshop session on health services in the local area under the heading of ‘East Sussex Better Together’ has been arranged for Friday 27 November at Lewes Town Hall, Lewes 1.30pm 2.00 – 4.30pm.

This is free but you do need a ticket: Click here to register.

Further info: http://news.eastsussex.gov.uk/east-sussex-better-together/wp-content/uploads/sites/10/2015/11/Issue-10-East-Sussex-Better-Together-briefing.pdf

Click here to see more about about the ‘East Sussex Better Together’ programme: