Find exclusive A27 coverage in today’s Chichester Observer newspaper

When Chris Grayling announced in March Chichester's scheme had been scrapped it was feared the �250m had gone
When Chris Grayling announced in March Chichester's scheme had been scrapped it was feared the �250m had gone
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In today’s Chichester Observer newspaper you will find unrivalled coverage of the Government’s sudden decision to scrap Chichester’s A27 scheme.

Across five full pages in the paper there is exclusive and in-depth analysis and reaction to the shock decision by transport secretary Chris Grayling.

Exclusive reaction and comment over five pages in the newspaper

Exclusive reaction and comment over five pages in the newspaper

It includes a comprehensive comment from Chichester Observer Editor In Chief Gary Shipton, who strongly criticises Highways England over the deeply flawed project and argues: “There is now a great opportunity for us to secure something so much better.”

There is also a full comment from West Sussex County Council leader Louise Goldsmith, who says Mr Grayling blaming her council for a lack of support for the project is completely wrong.

In a double-page spread you will find reaction from MPs Andrew Tyrie, Nick Herbert, Chichester District Council leader Tony Dignum, the Green Party, Highways England and campaign group Chichester Deserves Better.

Pick up your copy of the Chichester Observer today for the full picture.

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