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LETTER: Mutually Assured Destruction deterred aggression

Henry Ford is reputed to have said that ‘all history is bunk(um’).

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LETTER: Tragedy behind the statistics

Many years ago Brighton and Hove had the unenviable reputation for being the ‘drug death capital of Britain’.

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LETTER: More interested in clear-up rate

With reference to Observer, August 26, May I, by means of your columns, applaud Sussex Police for recording 95 per cent of crimes accurately.

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LETTER: Why flashing lights at show?

Richard Digance played at Azur on Friday night and was as great as ever - thank you Mr D. However, Azur - why the dreadful flashing lights?

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LETTER: Calls for cut engine signs

With the soon start up of the new school year, may I appeal to school heads to post signs at school gates requesting parents to turn off their engines when dropping off their children.

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LETTER: Buildings are wasting energy

As I pass several shops in the town centre now, blasts of cold air come out from open doors, and the insides of the shops are pleasantly cool.

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LETTER: BID will help business thrive

Should Hastings Town Centre Management, with Hastings Borough Council, success in the effort to turn Hastings into a Business Improvement District, the additional services that would become available will help businesses around the town centre to survive and thrive in an improved commercial environment.

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LETTER: Speed is not the only problem

Andy Knight’s letter (August 26) highlights the A21 problem which, as he says, has been greatly exacerbated by the opening of the link road before its connection to the A21.

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LETTER: Look forward to working together

Helen Keller, the American author and political activist, once wrote, ‘Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much’.

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LETTER: Disturbed by burkini ban

I find it disturbing to see the news of women in France being banned from wearing burkinis on some beaches.

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LETTER: ‘Solution’ does not stop issues

A couple of weeks ago, the front page of the Observer featured the alleged problems being caused by ‘junkies’ congregating at the southern end of Wellington Square outside Poundland.

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LETTER: Lib Dems need real opposition

May I thank and congratulate all those local residents who ‘Marched for Europe’ on Saturday in London.

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LETTER: We must look at ourselves first

I’ve been increasingly concerned about the story we are being told about refugees – that they are a drain on our society and a threat to our way of life. The story continues by saying that we have to look after ourselves first.

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LETTER: Where are they going to go?

So Hastings has agreed to agreed to accept God knows how many refugees. Why?

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Water safety education is key

Every August we see reports of people drowning and everyone cannot help but be shocked with the latest drownings just along the coast at Camber Sands.

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We want action, not more words

Theresa May has ordered an audit of the way public services are delivered to reveal any inequalities in terms of social and ethnic background.

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Thanks to kind Asda customers

We had Special Kids Bexhill in store on Saturday holding a collection for their charity.

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Pride launch was fantastic

Through your paper, I would like to send my appreciation to the organisers of the Hastings Pride on Sunday, August 28 held in Robertson Street. What a fantastic event and very well-attended.

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Planting scheme is not good news

Following the success of the Rocklands appeal which allows the bunker to remain with minor modifications, an application for a discharge of conditions has been posted.

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All respect went out the window

I have just witnessed a lady I was picking up from the Deluxe Bingo on the seafront have a very bad fall.

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