PM asks for pier updates

PM asks for pier updates

PM asks for pier updates

First published in News

PRIME Minister David Cameron has asked to be kept up to date regarding progress on repairs to Eastbourne Pier.

Mr Cameron visited the town days after the fire and pledged £2 million to reduce the impact the pier’s closure will have on tourism and to help traders affected by the blaze.

Since then, he has requested a regular progress report, compiled by Eastbourne Borough Council.

The first has already been sent detailing fundraising efforts, steps to help traders and plans to reopen undamaged parts of the pier by the end of the year.

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6:35pm Wed 3 Sep 14

leftysmellbags says...

Oh how the MPs are our best mates running up to an election and afterwards we are the scum on the bottom of their shoes and they give us the middle finger. I wonder how often he asks for pier updates after the election.
Oh how the MPs are our best mates running up to an election and afterwards we are the scum on the bottom of their shoes and they give us the middle finger. I wonder how often he asks for pier updates after the election. leftysmellbags
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10:04pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Nikski says...

leftysmellbags wrote:
Oh how the MPs are our best mates running up to an election and afterwards we are the scum on the bottom of their shoes and they give us the middle finger. I wonder how often he asks for pier updates after the election.
Obviously hasn't got anything more important to worry about.
Ham-faced charlatan
[quote][p][bold]leftysmellbags[/bold] wrote: Oh how the MPs are our best mates running up to an election and afterwards we are the scum on the bottom of their shoes and they give us the middle finger. I wonder how often he asks for pier updates after the election.[/p][/quote]Obviously hasn't got anything more important to worry about. Ham-faced charlatan Nikski
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