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Category Archives: Worthing West

Sharon Bowles on crucial overhaul of Common Fisheries Policy

In an historic vote  in the European Parliament, Liberal Democrat Members of the European Parliament (MEP) backed proposals for an ambitious reform of the European Union’s (EU) Common Fisheries Policy . The reforms will set legally binding limits based on scientific data, allowing fish stocks to recover to their natural level, and will end the […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 3rd to 9th February 2013

Articles for the past week: Leader:  Eastleigh – the good news       News this past week: 1. Protection For Fishermen In The South East Is Long Overdue 2. Kitties Field Lights –  It’s On, It’s Off 3. Lib Dem Members Have Chosen Mike Thornton As Their Candidate For The Eastleigh By-Election WORTHING LIBERAL DEMOCRATS WEEKLY […]

Find out more about fostering in Goring

A drop-in session to find out more about fostering and how to become a foster carer takes place in Goring this month.   The drop-in session is being held on Tuesday February 19, from 10am to 4pm, at Goring Library, Mulberry Lane, Goring-by-Sea, Worthing, BN12 4NR.   It’s a chance to speak to members of […]

Worthing Liberal Democrats Weekly Newsletter – 14th January to 2nd February 2013

 Apologies for no newsletter over last two weeks but the editor succumbed to a particularly debilitating bug Articles for the past three weeks: Leader:  Four more years       News this past three weeks:  1.   Votes at 16 2.   New Grounds Maintenance Equipment To Cost £650,000 3.   Community Infrastructure Levy Fixed 4.   Adur Civic Centre Back On Sale Again 5.   […]

“French bank must compensate British fraud victims” – BOWLES

Sharon Bowles Member of the European Parliament for the South-East of England and  chair of the European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, has called on French bank, Crédit Agricole, to reimburse British victims of fraud. Victims of fraudster Warren Templeton, who was convicted in 2009 for cheating British ex-pats out of their life savings, […]

Open Your Eyes to trafficking in your town

The scourge of human trafficking is happening in all of our neighbourhoods and we must open our eyes to the problem. That was the message from Catherine  Bearder, Member of the European Parliament for South-East England has said. after David Siwak was found guilty of trafficking at Portsmouth Crown Court. But Catherine, who has been […]

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European Commission stung on bee health

Swift action should be taken to put EU-wide restrictions on chemicals which could wreak havoc for bees, Catherine Bearder, Member of the European Parliament for South-East England has said. A European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) report last week highlighted dangers of a string of commonly used insecticides on bees and other pollinators. The British Beekeepers […]

Cutting voting age is vital for democracy

Lowering the voting age to 16-years-old is vital to improve democracy in the UK, Catherine Bearder, Member of the European Parliament for South-East England has said. Liberal Democrats are leading the charge in the coalition Government to make it legal for 16 and 17-year-olds to vote. It narrowly missed out on becoming law by eight votes […]

Confused Cameron leaves UK in limbo

The Prime Minister has failed to give concrete direction over UK’s future in the EU, Catherine Bearder Member of the European Parliament for South-East England has said. She said: “David Cameron’s speech was plagued with confusion… confusion over who it is was aimed at, and confusion over what he really wants to achieve. “His increasingly […]

Adur and Worthing District Community Bulletin

Neighbourhood Policing Team – Friday 25th January 2013 How do we Serve Sussex? This document will highlight some great work that our officers do across the Adur and Worthing district both as an organisation and in partnership with outside agency’s and our community’s. The policing area of Adur and Worthing includes Shoreham-By-Sea in the east. […]