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MP Redoubling Efforts for School Funding

Local Hastings and Rye MP, Sally-Ann Hart, has hit back at the Government at the disappointing news that Hastings and Rye schools have missed out on the latest round of funding.

MP Welcomes PM's Call to Get Britain Building

Local MP for Hastings and Rye, Sally-Ann Hart, has today welcomed the Prime Minister’s speech on the Government’s plan to recover after the Covid-19 pandemic and get Britain building again.

New Plan Agreed to Address Camber Issues

NEW PLAN AGREED TO ADDRESS CAMBER ISSUES

A NEW multi-agency plan to help manage issues caused by thousands of day-trippers heading to Camber Sands in warm weather is to be drawn up.

Statement on Recent Scenes at Camber Sands

I am horrified by the images coming out of Camber over the last few days. We have already seen packed sand dunes, inconsiderate parking and disrespectful behaviour over the last few months, but this is all growing in intensity in recent days.

MP Calls Time on Nuisance Motorbikes

Local MP for Hastings and Rye, Sally-Ann Hart, has today called time on the excessive noise and speeding being caused by some motorcyclists.

MP Welcomes Continued Support for Homeless

Local Hastings and Rye MP, Sally-Ann Hart, has welcomed the Government’s announcement this morning (24th June) of an additional £105 million to provide interim housing for rough sleepers through the Covid-19 pandemic.

Local MP in Call to Turbo Charge Our Economy

LOCAL MP IN CALL TO “TURBO-CHARGE OUR ECONOMY”

The local MP for Hastings and Rye, Sally-Ann Hart, has said that “now is the time for us all to play our part in turbo-charging our local economy once again.”

Leveling up Skills

Reflecting over the past few months really does bring home to me role of an MP. First and foremost, to support and help constituents who contact me with their concerns and cases that need resolving.

Speech During EU Future Relationship Debate

It is well known that there are some fundamental differences between the E.U. and the U.K. in the negotiations for our future relationship. Reportedly, talks are ‘deadlocked’ over fishing, the level playing field guarantees, and governance.

Coming out of the Crisis

As I sit in my office in Westminster for the first time in what seems like a century ago, I reflect on the last few weeks, which have been very difficult for many of us in different ways.