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Lewes Referendum

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On Sun 24 Feb at 9:10am Journaller wrote:
First I hear about this is when a voting card comes through my door. And I am supposed to make an informed decision?
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On Sun 24 Feb at 9:23am Bert wrote:
If in doubt just vote No !! If it's not the right answer, they'll soon be begging for a. People's vote.
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On Sun 24 Feb at 10:50am stig of the dump wrote:
You go to the website and read through all 178 pages and i'm sure you'll be much more informed.
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On Sun 24 Feb at 12:04pm wanderer wrote:
Did you not read the castle news that Ruth delivered last week
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On Sun 24 Feb at 3:38pm David2 wrote:
The neighbourhood plan has been under development for ages and covered in lots of places, local press etc.
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On Sun 24 Feb at 8:38pm Sensible wrote:
The neighbourhood plan must be thoroughly rejected. It is an angry far-left socialist blueprint for destroying the economic and social aspirations of the town. It handcuffs, to lowest common denominator policies, entrepreneurial and buyer-focussed property developers who wish to supply the best housing to Lewes. It opposes the free market and is both anti-business and anti-improvement. It threatens to turn the clock back to the days of sliced bread and council houses. We are voting 'no'.
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On Sun 24 Feb at 10:08pm Local wrote:
Along with Brexit, "Sensible" has just shown how not sensible referendums are. It's an abdication of duty on behalf of our elected officials.
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On Sun 24 Feb at 11:53pm Tom Pain wrote:
First I heard of it too. Elected officials have to find out what their electors want, at least they should. Then there's the question of what reaction the elected have to the result of the referendum - will they carry it out or have another one hoping to get the "right" answer. Have you read it, Sensible? Is it green utopia transition town joke?
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On Mon 25 Feb at 8:17am bored2 wrote:
Must have missed those parts of the neighbourhood plan Sensible, which policies are they under?

TP, we have consultations and all sorts of opportunities to give opinions and feedback. Maybe if we make sure everyone knows this is an advisory referendum they'll be happy for the vote to be treated that way given they didn't join in previously?
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On Mon 25 Feb at 5:53pm wanderer wrote:
@sensible.
What's wrong with sliced bread and council houses.?
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On Tue 26 Feb at 1:28pm Blatant Liar wrote:
Discrimination on the lines of Labour Party policy
You’ll be charging Jews double next


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