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Friday, February 14
This live event has finished
- Severe weather warning in place
- East Sussex County Council and West Sussex County Council to discuss budget
- Valentine's Day
There are major problems across the rail network due to flooding.
Apologies for the lack of updates. A few Friday rain gremlins in the system it appears.
Another development in the suspected suicide bomber from Crawley story.
East Sussex Fire Authority has agreed to increase its Council tax for 2014/15 by 1.94%.
The first same sex marriage couple for Brighton has been announced.
Update on Proposal Watch:
Gatwick Ariport held a Valentine’s Day event tin both the North and South Terminal.
It had music entertainment and staff handing out chocolate hearts to passengers.
Del Farnsworth proposed to Donna at Gatwick on Monday.
The couple were whisked away to Las Vegas – courtesy of Virgin Atlantic from Gatwick – and were married live on TV this morning.
A great excuse to use a lovely photo of Peter James:
RT @peterjfoxf1: Storms battering Britain but also producing stunning images #brighton #storms #photography # http://t.co/NnJyaPSFGd— @Raine_Dropz 14 February 2014
RT @WSCCNews: Meeting has been adjourned due to interruptions from the public gallery at the start of the budget debate— @themjcouk 14 February 2014
As chairwoman Amanda Jupp introduced the Performanc Framework there was some disruption from members of the public. She asked them to be silent: "You are entitled to listen but I don’t want to ask you to be removed."
Calls of ‘We will not be silent’ and ‘this is undemocratic’ came from the public gallery.
Thirty-one minutes in Amanda Jupp adjourned the meeting.
The full council meeting of West Sussex County Council has had to be adjourned after members of the public heckled the chairwoman.
The great council tax debate in brighton and Hove rumbles on.
You can also read more on the council tax debate in our special section.
The Bishop of Chichester and the Bishop of Horsham have co-signed a letter calling on West Sussex County Council to strongly consider any reduction in social care budgets while building up millions of pounds worth of reserves.
Here's a story to warm the cockles today.
It is also Valentine's Day today and we are on Proposal Watch.
Let us know if you are proposing, have been proposed to or have seen a proposal in action and we will celebrate by letting the world know.
Let's make the love shine through the weather.
RT @HAtraffic_seast: #Gales are forecast across the South of England this afternoon and into tomorrow drivers should check their routes bef…— @BHLiveTraffic 14 February 2014
The big story from yesterday was the bomb scare in Brighton. Last night it was revealed there are possible links to Northern Ireland.
Good morning all and happy Valentine's Day.
First of, the weather is atrocious with an amber warning for wind and a yellow warning for rain.
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