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Central Brighton GP Surgery Closure Put on Hold

November 13, 2018 |

Plans to close the Brighton Station walk-in health centre next March have been put on hold for a further six months, meaning the centre will continue to receive funding and remain open until at least September 2019.

A council report … Read More

Mixed responses from Brighton and Hove MPs to Phillip Hammond’s Budget

October 30, 2018 |

MPs from Brighton and Hove constituencies have reacted to Phillip Hammond’s final budget before the country’s exit from the EU yesterday. The Chancellor has claimed the “era of austerity is finally coming to an end” with plans to improve public … Read More

Brighton and Hove represented at People’s Vote march in London

October 23, 2018 |

Various groups and organisations from Brighton and Hove travelled up to London on Saturday (20th October) to show their support at the People’s Vote march.

 

An estimated number of 700,000 people marched to Parliament Square in London on Saturday … Read More

Green Party slams Labour councillors for bin neglect around Brighton and Hove

October 12, 2018 | 1

Labour councillors have failed to carry out the ‘City Clean’ service causing overflowing bins and missed collections in areas around Brighton and Hove, Green councillors have said.

 

According to a report on the city’s environment heard this Tuesday (9 … Read More

New plan for Brighton economy to focus on creating more jobs for sustainability

October 5, 2018 |

Green Party councillors are pushing for a new Economic Strategy to realise Brighton’s potential for green industries to create hundreds of jobs.

 

Proposals for the new strategy arose in a meeting with the Tourism, Development and Culture Committee last … Read More

Brighton MPs Urge Transport Minister to Resign Following Recent Rail Disaster

June 20, 2018 |

A new travel timetable caused huge disruption across the country.

The changes made on the 20th May saw a series of services delayed and cancelled, affecting Brighton substantially.

London was predominantly affected, with services in and out of the city significantly … Read More

How Sussex Is Reflecting On The Westminster Attack

March 23, 2017 |

London came to a standstill yesterday when an armed assailant drove his car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before fleeing his vehicle and attacking with knives.

At least 20 people were injured and five lost their lives, including a police … Read More

Good News! Empty Council Buildings to Be Opened to Brighton’s Homeless

January 30, 2017 |

Vacant City Council buildings can now be opened as temporary homeless shelters thanks to a motion passed by Brighton and Hove City Council last Friday (January 26). The move, which is similar to schemes run in Manchester and Bristol, is part … Read More