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Archive for the ‘Crime’ Category

  By Caron Lindsay | Wed 21st June 2017 – 11:04 pm The LibDem Press Office has issued a veritable storm of press releases in response to the Queen’s Speech today. Here’s a round-up of what our key figures said about their areas of expertise. Tim Farron looked at the whole speech and was unimpressed: “This slimmed […]

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The Liberal Democrat Plan for Britain in Europe

by derekdeedman on 7 September, 2016

By Tim Farron, Leader of the Liberal Democrats Liberal Democrats believe that the British people should have their say on the final Brexit deal in a referendum. Voting for a departure is not the same as voting for a destination. British people have a right to have their say on whether the deal they are […]

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Lib Dems call for crack down on arms traders

by derekdeedman on 3 September, 2016

The Liberal Democrats have proposed a new law to create a register of arms dealers in Britain. The party said the law would mean greater accountability for UK arms sales to “shady regimes” like Saudi Arabia… The party’s Defence Spokesperson Judith Jolly said: “This register would allow better scrutiny of these shady deals, and bring […]

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Message from Sussex Police 31 August 2016

by derekdeedman on 31 August, 2016

Scams are fraud and fraud is crime, report it – this is our message for Sussex residents. Each month, we see fraudsters targeting people across the county by phone, email and face to face in an attempt to defraud them. These ‘scammers’ are criminals who chose to prey on some of our most vulnerable. Operation […]

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Why Britain is better off in the EU

by derekdeedman on 10 June, 2016

There is a positive, patriotic case to be made why Britain is better off in Europe. Together we have delivered decades of peace and prosperity and created the world’s largest ever trading area that has led to cheaper flights, lower mobile roaming charges and the opportunity to live, work and retire across the continent. Together […]

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Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner candidate Dr James Walsh is claiming that having 1000 fewer Police officers and staff, and no new PCSO’s, as proposed by the current Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) will lead to part-privatisation of policing in Sussex. Dr James Walsh, a former Chairman of Sussex Police Authority said:” It is becoming […]

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Her speech on winning the selection also powerfully makes the case as to why Lib Dems should contest these elections seriously. I stand before you today as the Welsh Liberal Democrats’ Prospective Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate for the South Wales Police Authority. I’ve done a few jobs in my time, but none of them […]

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Sussex Police under attack from the Tories

by derekdeedman on 7 November, 2015

Sussex Police is set to lose some £57m  ( around 20% of its annual budget) over the next few years because of George Osborne’s cuts. This means some 500 fewer Police officers in Sussex, and already PCSO’s are effectively being phased out, as now recruiting is taking place as they resign or retire. There will […]

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  Dear Horsham District Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators I am writing in relation to the implementation of our Resolution Centre and would like to take this opportunity to update you on the next stage of this process. The Resolution Centre is a telephone and online based function that will provide transparent, accurate information and resolution at […]

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/E 2 October 15 News summaries, advice and appeals Unfortunately over the last week we have seen a rise in shed/garage breaks and thefts from vehicles in Horsham District. We are increasing patrols in the area and are investigating this small series. We would like to remind people of the steps they can take to […]

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