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Brighton Journal | 10th December 2019

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Cash Machine Fees in Residential Areas Hitting Low Income Families

6th December 2019 |

Those living in the more residential parts of Brighton have a higher chance of being forced to pay a fee for withdrawing money. In the heart of the city, cash machines rarely charge for withdrawal, with the extra fees mostly … Read More

Conservatives only party not to meet with Extinction Rebellion

4th December 2019 |

The Conservative party failed to meet with Brighton’s Extinction Rebellion (XR) group to discuss tackling climate change and the collapse of nature. 

Members of the XR group met with local representatives from all of Brighton’s major parties, except the Conservatives. … Read More

The world’s first TV climate & nature election debate is taking place this Thursday

28th November 2019 |

Channel 4 are holding the world’s first TV climate and nature election debate this Thursday (28th November) at 7pm.

Featured image: © Greta Thunberg at European Parliament

Three weeks ago Green Peace launched a petition, signed by over 200,000 people, calling … Read More

The Last Day to Register to Vote is TOMORROW!

25th November 2019 |

You must be registered by 11:59 on 26th November to vote in the up-coming General Election.

If you want to apply to vote by post in England, Scotland or Wales, you must register before 5pm on 26th November.

That’s right – … Read More

Hove – Meet your General Election candidates!

23rd November 2019 |

The Hove constituency covers Brunswick Town, Hove, Hangleton and Portslade, and is currently served by Labour MP Peter Kyle. 

There are seven candidates standing for this seat in the General Election…

Angela Hancock – The Brexit Party

Angela Hancock was … Read More

Brighton Kemptown: Meet your general election candidates

22nd November 2019 |

Brighton Kemptown is currently served by Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle, who won the seat from the Conservatives in the 2017 General Election. This constituency stretches from Queen’s Park and Kemptown village to Peacehaven. 

There are 5 candidates standing for election … Read More

Brighton Pavilion: Meet your election candidates

21st November 2019 |

With the General Election only three weeks away, we thought it might be helpful to publish a brief guide to who will be standing in each of the three Brighton and Hove constituencies. Over the next few days, we’ll provide … Read More

People Without Permanent Addresses are Eligible to Register to Vote

20th November 2019 |

Those without permanent home addresses, whether they are homeless, sleeping rough or in temporary accommodation, are still able to vote in the upcoming General Election set for Thursday 12th December.

However, submitting these applications takes a different route in comparison … Read More

Over 850,000 Young People Register to Vote in Fortnight

18th November 2019 |

More than 1.5 million people have registered to vote since the general election was called 18 days ago, according to the latest government data. Over 850,000 of these people are individuals under the age of 25. 

With 8 days still … Read More

“No HIV transmissions in Brighton in next decade? Get tested!” says MP

14th November 2019 |

As National HIV Testing week begins on Saturday 16th November, Brighton Kemptown MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle urges everyone to get tested, as one in twelve people living with HIV are unaware they have the virus.

Featured image: Lloyd Russell-Moyle via © … Read More