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Protesters angry over new road
Campaigners in East Sussex will picket the council's offices later today to show their anger at the proposed Bexhill to Hastings link road.
'Cut the road, not trees and services'
Protestors opposing local government cuts lobbied councillors today determined to stop the axe falling on a hundred jobs and council budgets. And demonstrators continued their campaign to stop the Bexhill to Hastings relief road. Tom Savvides reports.
Protesters take fight to County Hall
Campaigners against the Bexhill to Hastings link road will picket East Sussex County Council's offices today with branches from trees felled in the construction scheme. The move comes on the same day that the local authority sets out its plans for council tax for the next financial year.
Those opposed to the scheme had been camped out in tunnels, treehouses and chains but have since been removed by developers as work on the road got underway. It is hoped the £90 million-pound route due open in just over two years time will relieve traffic problems on the south coast.