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Crawley general election – the count



The count has begun in K2 Crawley.

First the verification must take place before the real count begins.

There is real tension in the room as word of the results coming out around the country is filtering through.

‘Corbyn needs to go’ a senior Crawley Labour representative has just told the press pen.

Labour Candidate Peter Lamb says ‘it doesn’t look good for Labour’

A provisional turn out of 68% for this election while in 2017 it was a turnout of 69%.

Conservative Candidate Henry Smith has spoken about the changing geographical climate across the country.

More to come…


Two men wanted after 20-year-old Crawley man viciously attacked in Ifield



Police are searching for two suspects after a man was attacked in Crawley.

At 2pm on Thursday (10 September) the 20-year-old local man was walking his dog by Ifield Mill Pond when he was approached by a man who demanded his mobile phone. When this was refused the man punched and kicked him before running away with a second man when passers-by shouted at him.

The victim sustained facial and leg injuries for which he needed hospital treatment.

The suspect is described as black, 19/20 years, 6′, of stocky build, wearing a plain black hoody with hood up and black face mask, black tracksuit trousers and black trainers.

Detective Inspector Cheryl Lewendon said:

“This was a random and vicious attack. The motive was robbery but the suspect clearly didn’t expect the response of the young man or the attention of passers-by.”

Anyone who saw what happened is asked to contact Sussex Police online at or by calling 101, quoting serial 1172 of 10/09.

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