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Brighton Journal | 10th December 2019

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The EU referendum result: What happens now?

24th June 2016 |

By breakfast time, The UK’s fate had been sealed. A resounding 51.9% had voiced their frustration and Britain had made history, they would be leaving the European Union and our Prime Minister would resign by October.

As the clock struck … Read More

This Is What’s On This Weekend: 24th-26th June

24th June 2016 |

If your lost for ideas for what to get up to this weekend, then we have you covered. Here are all the best things going on in Brighton over the next few days:

The Brighton Dome brings Digging For Shakespeare … Read More

What Happened June 22nd? Brighton News Roundup

22nd June 2016 |

So much happened today and it’s all in one place. And yes, it involves trains. 

Jeremy Corbyn has expressed his distaste for Southern Rail Service. He is quoted as calling their behaviour towards conductors “appalling ” and calls for the dispute … Read More

Refugee Week Highlights Brighton’s True Value

22nd June 2016 |

With the EU Referendum tomorrow and immigration becoming such a key part of the Leave Campaign, Refugee Week serves as a timely reminder that the rejection of those seen as ‘other’ is to miss out on the cultural enrichment that they … Read More

What Happened June 21st. ? Brighton News Round Up

21st June 2016 |

Here is the round up for all the days news across Brighton:

There was strike action again today as Southern Union members protested outside Brighton Station. The ongoing debacle between employees, commuters and officials has been going on for weeks … Read More

Albion in the Community CEO Gary Townsend dies aged 43

21st June 2016 |

The CEO of Brighton and Hove Albion’s charitable arm Albion in the Community (or AITC) Gary Townsend has died. At just 43 years of age, this is a truly tragic thing to have happened to someone who clearly gave so … Read More

Should Brighton Leave the UK?

21st June 2016 |

The referendum is everywhere. Literally, everywhere. 

There is so much debate over which route would lead to a stronger future, leaving the EU and isolating ourselves or committing to the rule of the EU. Remain, or leave. Stay, or go. They … Read More

‘People Not Profit’: Inside the Latest Brighton Station Protest

21st June 2016 |

As we mentioned yesterday, more protests regarding today’s RMT Union strikes took place on the concourse of Brighton Station. We were at the scene and managed to speak to prominent members of the demonstration who were more than willing to … Read More

Brighton’s RMT Union Strikes – How Will They Affect You?

20th June 2016 |

Further to the protests at Brighton Station last Wednesday, Southern Railways announced that RMT Union would be holding a 24-hour on Tuesday 21st June. With that in mind, we thought it could be useful for you to know how services … Read More

What Happened Jun 20th – Brighton News Roundup

20th June 2016 |

It’s been a busy day in Brighton, so here is a roundup of all the news in case you missed any of it. 

Another protest has been organised over the Southern Rail Franchise. The protest, organised on Twitter, is due … Read More