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Kemptown MP shocks parliament in symbolic protest against Brexit

December 11, 2018 |

Lloyd Russell Moyle MP left the House of Commons in disarray yesterday by parading the ceremonial mace in protest of the Conservative’s management of Brexit leading to his ejection from the meeting.

The Kemptown MP’s act was shortly after the Tories … Read More

Brighton’s Babes in the Woods murderer found guilty 31 years after acquittal

December 11, 2018 |

The ‘Babes in the Wood’ murderer will be sentenced today following the guilty verdict over three decades after the killings of the two girls.

Russell Bishop was found guilty of killing Karen Hadaway and Nicola Fellows in what has been … Read More

Noisy neighbour crackdown with new out-of-hours service this weekend

December 4, 2018 | 1

A new service will be introduced in Brighton and Hove to follow up noisy neighbour complaints starting out-of-hours this weekend.

The Field Officers team currently operate on a daily basis between 12 noon and 8pm seven days a week.

Now, from … Read More

Women punched and robbed during two assaults in one morning in Brighton

November 28, 2018 |

Sussex Police are investigating two separate attacks involving two women who were both punched and one of them robbed of her bag by two different men.

Officers are seeking witnesses to the incidents who may have been walking or driving … Read More

Police seek men in connection with bike theft in Hove

November 21, 2018 | 1

Sussex Police are seeking to identify two young men in connection to the theft of a bicycle in Hove.

 

The bike is worth £500 and had been locked up outside the King Alfred Leisure Centre on Wednesday 14 November.

 

CCTV … Read More

Concerns Grow for Brighton Pets After Cat is Viciously Stabbed

November 19, 2018 |

There is increased concern for the safety of family pets, as well as wild animals in the Brighton area, after a cat was stabbed in what is believed to be an attempted disembowelling.

 

Samson’s owner, Seanin Mouland, took to … Read More

Petition launched pressuring council to make Brighton events plastic-free by 2020

November 9, 2018 | 1

Brighton Journal spoke to Carole Mortimer, a Green Party Volunteer who launched the petition in a bid to make all Brighton events plastic free by 2020.

 

A petition has been launched calling upon Brighton and Hove City Council and organisers … Read More

Skaters say Police at The Level has made huge ‘difference’ to area

November 9, 2018 |

An increase of police appearances at The Level in Brighton has transformed the area for many people using the skatepark.

 

With recent issues surrounding drugs, anti-social behaviour, and threats of violence, one skater claimed the police stationed in the … Read More

Brighton Council CCTV operator jailed over indecent images of children

November 6, 2018 |

A CCTV operator for Brighton and Hove City Council has been found guilty of possession of indecent images of children after a Sussex Police investigation.

 

Anthony East, 68, of Balcombe Road, Peacehaven, was sentenced to 16 months in prison … Read More

“Abducted” Girl Found Safe and Well at Home After City-Wide Search

November 6, 2018 |

CCTV footage released by Sussex Police of the father thought to have abducted his own daughter, before taking her to her home.

 

Yesterday afternoon, a city wide alert was put after a member of the public reported to have … Read More