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Brighton Journal | 24th February 2020

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Restaurant of the Week: The Ivy in the Lanes

6th February 2020 |

Tucked away with a subtle exterior that masks a beautiful, extravagant interior and truly incredible food, drink, and service, is The Ivy In The Lanes. On Tuesday night, I got to experience for myself what a date night inside their … Read More

Hove letting agent pursues controversial ‘no-fault’ eviction after tenant requests major repairs

6th February 2020 |

Hove letting agent Property Plus closed for business for several hours last Saturday morning while community union ACORN demonstrated against a controversial no-fault eviction outside its Church Road office. 

Before organising the demonstration, the union had approached the letting agent … Read More

Quick House Sale Companies – the Expose they Never Wanted You to Read

5th February 2020 |

Quick sale company experts Ready Steady Sell reveal the truth behind quick sale scammers, and advise on how to spot and avoid them.

 

Quick sale companies came into prevalence in the early 2000’s. These companies claimed to offer a … Read More

Farcical scenes for Brighton commuters as Southern Rail scrap all-off peak trains to London Victoria

4th February 2020 |

Just when you thought it couldn’t any worse and somebody was possibly playing a cruel joke Southern Rail announced plans yesterday to scrap all direct off-peak trains from Brighton to London Victoria until ‘at least 2022’, in a move that … Read More

Greens concerned about budget cuts impacting domestic and sexual violence services

3rd February 2020 |

The council’s new budget plans for the year involve cuts to domestic and sexual violence services, including the perpetrator programme. A £1.97m reduction in funding for community care services for people with learning disabilities has also been proposed, as well … Read More

Community campaigners, refugee groups and Greens condemn Conservative government for abandoning child refugees

30th January 2020 |

Offers of help from councils have been ignored, say Greens, as Conservative government votes down family reunification proposals

Greens and local refugee organisations have condemned the Conservative government for voting against legislation designed to ensure that … Read More

Brighton train services branded a joke, as Network Rail is given warning

30th January 2020 |

Brighton commuters are calling local rail services a joke, despite the Government’s new pledge earlier this week to reinvest in the railways. Commuters from the Preston Park Train Campaign have not been impressed with the 2020 service so far and … Read More

Tied up in knots – Learn Knitting to Help Unwind

29th January 2020 |

 

The Brighton & Hove Wellbeing Centre, along with the The Charter Medical Centre and the Trinity Medical Centre are offering an initiative from the Robin Hood Health Foundation that not only helps to lower anxiety, but might also help … Read More

Invisible Women – Caroline Criado Perez in Conversation

27th January 2020 |

Imagine a world where your phone is too big for your hand, where your doctor prescribes a drug that is wrong for your body, where in a car accident you are 47% more likely to be seriously injured, where every … Read More

THE MUSIC OF WES ANDERSON TO BE PERFORMED LIVE AT BRIGHTON FRINGE WORLD PREMIER

27th January 2020 |

THE MUSIC OF WES ANDERSON PERFORMED LIVE IN BRIGHTON AS PART OF BRIGHTON FRINGE WORLD PREMIER

A brand-new show featuring music from films by Wes Anderson is to make its world premiere at The Old Market as part of Brighton … Read More