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Live Panel - Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Updated 1:59pm Wednesday 19th February 2014 in News
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- Good morning, and welcome to the Argus website. It's a bit of a cloudy day, but at least it's set to stay dry. Until tomorrow, at least.
Argus chief reporter Emily Walker is on the scene. She said the bomb squad is on the scene, and their robots are being deployed.
The suspicious package was sent to the offices of Crawley MP Henry Smith at the Crawley Business Centre, police have confirmed.
This picture taken from Google Streetview.
Some breaking news - another bomb scare, this time in Three Bridges, Crawley.
And here's a little bit of fun for you: a sudden increase in the number of abandoned walking sticks and hearing aids got a Hassocks cafe wondering - could their new coffee have magical healing powers?
This story's bound to do well - yet another coup attempt for beleaguered Brighton and Hove City Council leader Jason Kitcat.
And the Old Steine's Royal York hotel could become a youth hostel. Good for Brighton? What do you think?
And an update on that Banksy story from yesterday - his Kissing Coppers sold for £345,000 at a Miami auction.
There's a lot of interest in some stories from yesterday still (such as this horrifying report about a Crawley man found set on fire in a graveyard).
Some fresh news for you though which is garnering a lot of interest: Parents anger over drug paraphernalia dumped at a Brighton children's centre.
Good morning, and welcome to the Argus website. It's a bit of a cloudy day, but at least it's set to stay dry. Until tomorrow, at least.