Are the Government bungling Brexit? Did Jeremy Corbyn sabotage the Remain campaign? And how long should you stay in the bath? Bob Marshall-Andrews was a Labour MP in Kent - he's now a Liberal Democrat. Rosie Duffield pulled off the shock result of election night by winning Canterbury for Labour. Kit Malthouse used to be Boris Johnson's deputy - he's now Tory MP for North West Hampshire.
Vehicle imports and exports could be seriously affected by a no-deal Brexit scenario.Read the full story ›
Hospitals across our region are bracing themselves for an ever worsening staffing crisis - because of growing fears about Brexit.
New research reveals a double-edged threat with more people from the European Union leaving the NHS and fewer joining. But the reason is the same - concern for the future after Britain leaves the EU.
It comes as Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust launches a new video campaign in a bid to recruit 150 nurses.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Dame Donna Kinnair, director of nursing at the Royal College of Nursing, GP Dr Hubertus Von Blumenthal, Dr Chaand Nagpaul, Chair of the British Medical Association, Diane Hull, Chief Nurse of Sussex Partnership Trust, and John Richardson, filmmaker and former service user.
The TUC called for the government to take action to strengthen the "spluttering" economy in preparation for Brexit.Read the full story ›
Is Brexit on track, or is it going wrong? And public sector workers ... should they get the pay rise they're after? To debate this - and the leadership of their parties:
- Anneliese Dodds, Labour MP for Oxford East
- Layla Moran, Lib Dem MP for Oxford West & Abingdon
- Henry Bolton, the UKIP leadership candidate from Kent, and
- Bob Seely, the Isle of Wight's Conservative MP
Her first twelve months. Anniversaries are supposed to be happy events. But Theresa May admitted today that as she neared the end of her first year as PM, she shed a tear or two. It wasn't the election result she expected - and to be fair to the Maidenhead MP - it wasn't the election result the pollsters, or anyone else, predicted either.
So will there be another anniversary to celebrate ? Or, as we enter the dog days of high summer, will these next few weeks see the end of her premiership? To debate that, and the never-ending troubles on Southern Rail, three Sussex MPs :-
- Lloyd Russell-Moyle, the new Labour MP for Brighton Kemptown
- Gillian Keegan, the new Tory MP for Chichester, and
- Stephen Lloyd, the new (and old) MP for Eastbourne
We ask voters in central Brighton to score her out of ten. And one MP who lost her seat tells us where the "nightmare" of last month's election began.
And would this cause Mrs May to shed a few more tears? We look at the increasingly vicious way cartoonists are depicting the latest inhabitant of No 10. One expert who has surveyed the satirists for the last fifty years and more, tells us why the Prime Minister is drawn the way she is.
No more grammar schools, no mention of fox hunting - and no robes, and no horse and carriage either. Yesterday's Queens Speech was a 'low-key' affair. The emphasis was on Brexit, but the deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists that would guarantee the Conservatives an easier ride over the next few years, wasn't mentioned. MPs from the south east were aware the chances of the Government completing a full five-year term were slim. Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby bas been speaking to some of them.
Next year's Queen's Speech is cancelled by the Government under double-length term to ease the way for laws taking the UK out of the EU.Read the full story ›