Two Wealden residents, Paul Oakley and Cristopher Elphick (pictured), from The Warren, Crowborough visited Parliament last week, to witness the Prime Minister answering questions in the Commons Chamber.
Nus Ghani sought assurances from Openreach, with regards to their plan to start upgrades to full-fibre broadband in Hailsham, Horsebridge, Lower Dicker, Upper Dicker and Forest Row, within the next months.
Nus Ghani has welcomed the confirmation that secondary schools in East Sussex are guaranteed at least £5,000 in per pupil funding, and every primary school at least £3,750 per pupil, thanks to new legislation introduced by the Conservative Government.
Official jobs figures show that in the South East, there are now 4,673,609 people in work. This means that under the Conservatives, nearly half a million more people have the security of a job and a wage.