Adur, West & East Worthing Party including East Arun

  • Our campaign for a better Worthing

    • Support for low cost and rental homes
    • More childcare and flexibility in provision
    • More help with living costs for vulnerable people
    • The promotion of cheaper energy schemes such as Ichooser and renewables
    • Support remaining in Europe so that it can be improved
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Pollution Report must not be buried

The Liberal Democrats have demanded the government publish a highly embarrassing report on air pollution before the election. Ed Davey, Lib Dem former cabinet minister for Energy and Climate Change, has said the government is reportedly blocking release of its report into air pollution because it is worried the “shaming” findings would become a major […]

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General Election

16 new members in the local party since the announcement of the General Election. We now have a chance for all those who want to avoid a hard brexit to show our feelings. Exciting times.

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Interesting Thoughts about Brexit “This is an historic moment from which there can be no turning back.” If the second part of the PM’s sentence had been true, there would have been no need to state it. Therefore it isn’t. Revocation of Article 50 by a British Government would be the ultimate vote of confidence in the EU. […]

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County Manifesto 2017

CONSERVATIVES ARE TAKING WEST SUSSEX FOR GRANTED The Conservatives have run West Sussex for years, but more and more people are now questioning whether they really put local people first. You don’t have to look very far to see just how the Tories are getting more and more out of touch with local people. Whether […]

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Budget Speech 2017

Mr Mayor, Colleagues, Members of the Public, As we have heard – the Council, underpinned by the work of the officers, - has much to be congratulated upon- keeping up with the digital world and hopefully leading the way to engage and promote independence for the majority. The new, innovative approach of using specific platforms and partnership working and the […]

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So we hadn’t lost sovereignity

The paper released today shows up the lie from the leave side. It appears that we had not lost sovereignty but it just felt like it! 2.1 The sovereignty of Parliament is a fundamental principle of the UK constitution. Whilst Parliament has remained sovereign throughout our membership of the EU, it has not always felt […]

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Thoughts on Liberalism

John Stuart Mill would be spinning in his grave. British liberalism — of which he was the intellectual godfather — has been extolled around the world for generations as the font of fair play, political stability and individual rights. Yet now, all of a sudden, liberalism is blamed for the rise of Donald Trump, Marine […]

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Do you know someone who needs extra help in a Power Cut?

Do you or someone you know need extra help if there’s a power cut? If so can you use the following link to enter them on the Priority Support Register or phone  0800 169 9970 Join the Priority Services Register today ukpowernetworks.co.uk/prioritysupport

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Tremendous By-Election Win

The by-election in Richmond, resulting in a massive 23000 majority being overturned by the LibDems, has made the whole country sit up. Both Sarah Olney and Zac Goldsmith where against the Heathrow expansion but he had voted for Brexit in the referendum. The LibDems fought for the right of the people to make their views […]

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Annual General Meeting Report

On Monday 21st November, members from across Adur and Worthing came together for the local party annual general meeting. This has been the first opportunity for members to discuss pressing local issues including the future of the A27, the controversial Manor Sports ground fencing decision and the terrible state of Brooklands park lake. It was […]

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