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Brighton Journal | July 15, 2019

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Humans of Brighton: Meet Alice who has inspiring plans for the future

May 5, 2019 |

Whilst wandering through The Lanes, The Brighton Journal instantly noticed stunning Alice, who is in her first year doing maths at university. She looked super interesting, so we got chatting, and found out that she has some really inspiring plans … Read More

“We’ve got a good chance” – An interview with the Conservatives

May 2, 2019 |

Tomorrow morning, the polls will open across Brighton and Hove and voters across the city will make up their minds about the direction they want to see in their communities for the next four years.

Among those fighting hard for … Read More

“We need to fight for every vote” – An interview with the Labour Party

May 2, 2019 |

The local elections are just one day away and the Labour Party, who currently run the council, are hoping to win another four years in office and obtain a majority on the city council.

At the last election, the party … Read More

Residents first – An interview with UKIP

May 1, 2019 |

Tomorrow, Brighton and Hove will head to the polls for the local elections to decide the direction of the city for the next four years.

Among the six different parties running is the eurosceptic party UKIP, which are hoping to … Read More

“Something positive for the future” – An interview with the Green Party

April 30, 2019 |

With two days to go until the local elections in Brighton and Hove, the Green Party are hoping to make gains from the major parties.

Four years after the Green Party lost control of the council, the party are hoping … Read More

“I would like people to feel the vibrancy and the heightened emotions I feel when I paint”: Artist of the week – Frederique Katan

April 27, 2019 |

This week, the Brighton Journal got chatting with the lovely Frederique Katan. Frederique is the owner and creative director of Katan, a community of Brighton artists whose aim is to make high-quality art that is accessible for all. Whilst her … Read More

‘How disabled are you?’ : Groundbreaking show comes to Brighton Fringe

April 24, 2019 |

Why should they get disability allowance? They seem absolutely fine”, “If they can walk, they can work, right?”, “Why should we be paying our hard-earned money to those who can’t be bothered to work?” – you’d never dream of saying … Read More

“I’m stuck in Brighton, this is ridiculous!”: Humans of Brighton – Meet Urie

April 19, 2019 |

This week, the Brighton Journal got talking to Urie, a street performer that you are likely to recognize! Urie is originally from Russia, he came to Brighton as part of the “musical liberal movement in the nintees.”

“Suddenly the border … Read More