The ArgusLive Panel - Wednesday, February 19, 2014 (From The Argus)

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Live Panel - Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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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.

1:59pm

Argus chief reporter Emily Walker is on the scene. She said the bomb squad is on the scene, and their robots are being deployed.

1:49pm

The suspicious package was sent to the offices of Crawley MP Henry Smith at the Crawley Business Centre, police have confirmed.

The Argus:

This picture taken from Google Streetview.

9:57am

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?

9:07am

And the Old Steine's Royal York hotel could become a youth hostel. Good for Brighton? What do you think?

9:06am

And an update on that Banksy story from yesterday - his Kissing Coppers sold for £345,000 at a Miami auction.

9:05am

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.

8:47am

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.

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