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Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Labours position on the By-Pass

Christopher on the left
I attended the SCATE meeting last night, leaving aside the obvious bias of the meeting against the By-Pass, I could not believe the comments by Labours Parliamentary candidate  Christopher Robin Wellbelove,  

He Said that issues like this should be left to local Councillors to decide, Labour Cancelled the By-Pass in 2003 and have now indicated they want to rethink  eg cancel it again.  This goes contrary to the position of their Labour Councillors on Littlehampton who have all been strident supporters of an Arundel By-Pass as it would create and protect jobs in Littlehampton, an area of deprivation and has the 16th most deprived ward in the UK.

How could the Labour party nationally ignore their local Councillors opinion and ignore Littlehampton and Bognor Regis's plight,  frankly the Labour party are not interested in the south, they funnelled all the investment into their homelands leaving us to struggle with inferior infrastructure, they had 13 years to invest in our local transport and failed.  

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