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Live Panel - Tuesday, February 4, 2014
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- Good morning and welcome to the Argus website this Tuesday morning. Let's be British and kick off with the weather again.
- A grey day outside - and don't forget about the Met's severe weather warnings for tomorrow and Friday, which are still in place.
Some more details on that Coldean Lane accident from the emergency services - thankfully it turns out to have been relatively minor
"SECAmb were called to Coldean Lane, Brighton, at 8.35am this morning to a two car collision.
"Two ambulances were sent to scene, three people suffered minor injuries, one man in his 30s suffered from back and chest pain, fully conscious but immobilised, taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital."
It's now only three days until The Argus Council Tax Debate. What questions would you like to ask our civic leaders?
The golliwog row is a story which just won't go away - now a former policeman is calling for a judicial review into the decision to discipline Councillor Dawn Barnett for her comments.
Following on from the weather update earlier, Patcham is still at risk of flooding. We'll be looking out for more updates on that today, ahead of the public meetings to inform residents.
The high groundwater is partly down to the underground Wellesbourne river, which runs from Patcham village along the A23 to Pool Valley on the seafront - as well as the recent deluges of course.
This is a great story, and a fantastic video to boot.
But despite her brush with fame, the dancer is planning a very different career - in engineering.
Reporter Anna Roberts has just informed us there is a big crash on Coldean Lane, which she saw on her way into work. We're now looking into it, more as we get it.
For anyone planning on using the M23 in the near future - a broken down vehicle is causing delays southbound just before junction 9 (Gatwick Airport).
Good morning and welcome to the Argus website this Tuesday morning. Let's be British and kick off with the weather again.
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