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E Newsletter 15 January - Here's to 2019!

I’m not usually one for New Year’s Resolutions, however, I find the New Year a good time to reflect and I certainly have some high aspirations for the residents of Hastings and Rye in 2019.

E Newsletter 5 December - A safe and happy Christmas

I firmly believe that everyone in our towns should feel comfortable and safe – this starts with ensuring order and peace within our communities. Sussex Police do a great job keeping our streets safe, but there are always challenges for the police as they cannot be in all places at all times.

E Newsletter 2 November - Another year, another Budget

“Ready for Christmas?” The three little words that send a chill down my spine. I’m not even “ready for Christmas” on Dec 24th, so the sudden appearance of Christmas decorations in the shops are already sending me into a mild panic.

E Newsletter 21 September - High Speed Rail on track for delivery!

Good transport links to our towns are key for jobs, investment, and growth. This is why I have made it one of my priorities as the MP for Hastings and Rye to try and improve our transport services, which simply have not been good enough in the past.

E Newsletter 8 September - It's back to business!

It’s that time of year when it is back to Parliament for the MPs and back to school for my younger constituents! We certainly all have a busy September ahead of us and it is going to be no different for our towns.

E-Newsletter 28 August

After a great deal of anticipation and waiting, over the past two weeks, students across the country have received their A-Level and GCSE results. We have had good results across Hastings and Rye and our students should be proud of their achievements.

E Newsletter 13 August

2018 has been a year for record-breaking and I am not just talking about the weather! We have seen unemployment decrease to the lowest rate since 1975, which indicates we have a strong economy both locally and nationally.

E Newsletter 27 July

Our community is home to many fantastic places to socialise; from bustling bars to unique pubs with fantastic character, there is certainly no shortage of places for people to enjoy themselves after a day at work.

E Newsletter 2 July

Everyone will remember the tragic deaths which occurred at Camber Sands beach almost 2 years ago. In 2016, seven men drowned off Camber Sands beach: two men in July and five men in August.