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‘SHOCKING FOOTAGE’ emerges as Cheals Roundabout finally opens in Crawley

Ok it is very tongue in cheek but it is something that commuters have been eagerly awaiting for months.



This video is something many drivers have been longing to see for a long time.

The opening and completion of Cheals Rounabout has been a hotly contested matter for debate since work began and traffic chaos ensued.

Video sent in by reader Nick.

Whilst the video is tongue in cheek is does show just what work has been going on and how the new filter lane should now allow traffic to flow more easily.

Comments on social media following the video show the frustration that the work has had on local people and drivers with one saying:

“The most pointless bit of road work ever it’s no different just has a bit of concrete between the lanes watch it make no difference to traffic.”


Give Crawley back its police, demands towns council leader

Crawley Council Leader Peter Lamb has called for the Prime Minister to return funding to Crawley’s police after he says new figures show cuts to police budgets are much higher than the new funding recently announced.



In a press statement Cllr Lamb says that Sussex Police have lost 32.3% of their funding from central government, leaving local policing in a weakened state.

Speaking about the state of policing in Crawley, Cllr Lamb said:

“Following the loss of frontline officers, crime and antisocial behaviour are now the top issues residents raise with me on the doorstep. They are tired of seeing it in our town centre and across Crawley’s neighbourhoods. Only the police have the power to end the decline and only the Government has the funding to give us the officers we need.

“We deserve more from our Prime Minister than empty promises, it’s time he learnt to keep his word and gave Crawley back its police.”

Crawley Labour adds that this news comes on the back of recent revelations that despite 98% of police officers lost from the service in recent years having been cut from the frontline, around 7,000 police recruits will never see frontline duty.

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