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Brighton Journal | September 22, 2019

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University Warns Of Food Crisis As Brexit Talks Continue

July 17, 2017 |

Brexit Secretary; David Davis, is back in Brussel’s for the second round of Brexit negotiations and has called both sides to “get down to business”.

His priority is tackling uncertainty for EU citizens living within the UK or UK citizens … Read More

Parks Deemed “Under Pressure” To Be Given More Funding

July 17, 2017 |

Increased funding will be made available to parks deemed “under pressure” in the Brighton and Hove area.

Brighton and Hove City Council were under budget by £600,000 meaning it can now be used to pay for a weekend manager for … Read More

Brighton young filmmakers, stepping into professional life with the support of the David Thomas Award.

July 16, 2017 |

Two young filmmakers based in Brighton were singled out by this year’s David Thomas Award: Charlie Melrose for the best student film and Tom Dwyer for best film proposal.

The David Thomas Award was set up 4 years ago by … Read More

Rag’n’Bone Man Publishes New Music Video Filmed In Brighton Pub

July 14, 2017 |

This morning, Brighton star Rag’n’Bone Man published the brand new music video to ‘As You Are’, the latest single taken from his debut album ‘Human’. The video was filmed in Brighton’s pub The Gladstone and stars many of the artist’s close friends … Read More

New Doctors’ Surgery Will Serve 12,000 Patients

July 14, 2017 |

A new doctors’ surgery is in the works, with it being approved and set to serve 12,000 Brighton patients.

Brighton and Hove City Council and the NHS have joined forces in order to fund the project, intending to spend £1.6m on … Read More

Peter Kyle Steps Down As Chair Of Governors At Brighton School

July 13, 2017 |

A Brighton school said thank you and farewell to Labour MP for Hove, Peter Kyle, as he stepped down as chair of governors yesterday morning (Wednesday 12th July).

Mr Kyle has chaired the board of governors at Brighton school, Brighton Aldridge … Read More

Shared Houses Bring More Planning Complaints To Brighton & Hove City Council

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Brighton and Hove City Council has seen a huge rise in planning complaints with more than 800 planning complaints being received over the past year, up to the end of March. Apparently, there’s one key thing to blame, and that’s … Read More

Could Brighton Be Getting Its Second Community Pub?

July 13, 2017 |

A Hanover pub could become the second ever community pub in Brighton. The Greys, in Hanover, was put up for sale earlier this month by its corporate owners, and could become Brighton’s second community pub.

The founders of the first community … Read More

Brighton Children Smoking To Look “Cool”

July 12, 2017 |

Brighton and Hove have the highest number of child smokers in the country.

According to NHS Digital data, 14.9 percent of 15 year olds smoke in this area smoke.

The statistics show that some children aged as young as 11 admitted … Read More

Local Nurse Turned Tory MP Pushes For End Of Public Sector Pay Cap

July 12, 2017 |

A Brighton nurse turned Tory MP has urged the government to put a stop to the pay cap on public sector jobs, in a speech at the House of Commons.

The Conservation MP for Lewes, Maria Caulfield, is calling for the … Read More