Modern slavery – a problem hidden in plain sight

Today is National Anti-Slavery Day and Sussex Police is taking the chance to remind local people that modern slavery is a problem often hidden in plain sight. Reports of what is termed modern slavery have risen by almost 200 per cent in one year in Sussex as a whole. Sussex Police has already mounted 11 operations this... Continue Reading →

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Amazon and WiFi across the Southeastern fleet

Improving local transport remains top of Hastings MP Amber Rudd's list of priorities. That was her message last week after hosting her fifth 'rail summit' in Hastings which included a presentation from the government's rail minister Jo Johnson The summit brought together representatives from central and local government and rail infrastructure companies to update local... Continue Reading →

Brexit: will the earth move for you?

As the questions, bickering and random referendum recount demands continue, Fiona Allman-Treen asks; is hidden progress being made – and will local businesses even notice? I remember years ago reading something which explained how glaciers are constantly moving – grinding away in secret with no obvious signs of movement on the surface, or none visible... Continue Reading →

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