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LETTER: Labour leader does not matter

Will Paul Courtel forgive me for finding his letter rather amusing (‘Why I’m voting for Owen Smith’, August 26)?

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LETTER: We must look at ourselves first

I’ve been increasingly concerned about the story we are being told about refugees – that they are a drain on our society and a threat to our way of life. The story continues by saying that we have to look after ourselves first.

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LETTER: More interested in clear up rate

With reference to Observer, August 26, May I, by means of your columns, applaud Sussex Police for recording 95 per cent of crimes accurately.

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LETTER: Calls for cut engine signs

With the soon start up of the new school year, may I appeal to school heads to post signs at school gates requesting parents to turn off their engines when dropping off their children.

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LETTER: Speed is not the only problem

Andy Knight’s letter (August 26) highlights the A21 problem which, as he says, has been greatly exacerbated by the opening of the link road before its connection to the A21.

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LETTER: Lib Dems need real opposition

May I thank and congratulate all those local residents who ‘Marched for Europe’ on Saturday in London.

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LETTER: Lib Dems need a real opposition

May I thank and congratulate all those local residents who ‘Marched for Europe’ on Saturday in London.

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We want action, not more words

Theresa May has ordered an audit of the way public services are delivered to reveal any inequalities in terms of social and ethnic background.

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Leadership vote is unnecessary

The EU Referendum was a poor attempt to solve an internal Conservative Party problem which ended with humiliation for its leader and left the country in a position of great uncertainty.

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Need to prevent urbanisation

Last week a ‘respected right of centre think tank, Civitas’ according to the Daily Telegraph, has found that in the last ten years over two million planning permissions for houses have been granted by local authorities yet only 1.26 million houses have been started.

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What difference would it make?

As a podgy non-athlete uninterested in sports, I understand Stephen Jackson’s resentment at a tiny, finite amount of taxpayers’ money celebrating our victorious Olympians (can we blame Brexit?).

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Water safety education is key

Every August we see reports of people drowning and everyone cannot help but be shocked with the latest drownings just along the coast at Camber Sands.

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Shocked to see no lifeguards

Like many, I am saddened and shocked by the tragic deaths of five young men at Camber Sands this week, following hard on the heels of a fatality a few weeks ago.

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Protection work is so important

Now work has started on the third phase of coast protection at Fairlight thanks are due to all who worked so hard to make this happen.

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Thanks to Old Hooe Motor Club

On behalf of the 1066 Specials Disability Football Club, I would like to thank Hooe’s Old Motor Club for their support.

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A21 speed limit needs changing

While I am in favour of investment in improving the A21 in terms of improving the flow and volume of traffic able to use the road, including speed monitoring, that is not the most urgent issue.

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Privatisation is ruining railway

The ongoing difficulties with Southern Rail and other franchises are due to management intransigence (‘Travel hell as talks between union and rail operators continue’, August 12).

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Changes do not pose safety risk

How easy it is to put a biased slant on things in an effort to get your point across.

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Modernisation is a necessity

Steve Mann raises credible concerns in his letter published last week.

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Long waits and no responses

I certainly agree with your editorial in this week’s Battle Observer about police phone delays.

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