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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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Posts ByAngus Walker, Author at Brighton Journal

New delivery service set to revolutionise the way we shop launches in Brighton

21st May 2020 |

Click it Local, the delivery service hoping to help independent businesses compete with the likes of Amazon, launched in Brighton earlier this week. 

Their mission is “to allow independent shops to offer their customers all the convenience of online ordering … Read More

Back of the Cupboard Recipe #3 – Smokey Sausage and Bean Stew

18th May 2020 |

For this week’s instalment of our ‘Back of the Cupboard’ recipe series, we’ll be talking you through this hearty Sausage and Bean Stew. 

This recipe is really flexible – it doesn’t use many ingredients and you can use practically any … Read More

Teachers have been heroic, don’t put them at risk by re-opening schools too soon

8th May 2020 |

“I can’t emphasise enough how proud I am of all our teachers,” Principal of Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (BACA), Robert Speight, tells me. “The way they’ve adapted has been truly incredible.”

Up and down the country, teachers and other education … Read More

Government committee calls for evidence after support for renters branded “inadequate”

4th May 2020 |

The Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee is calling on the public to submit evidence regarding the impact of COVID-19 on homelessness, rough-sleeping, and the private rented sector. 

The Committee is particularly keen to find out how effective government … Read More

Back of the Cupboard Recipe #2: Quick Cauliflower, Chickpea and Raisin Curry

4th May 2020 |

Welcome back to our ‘Back of the Cupboard’ recipe series. I hope you enjoyed last week’s Veggie Chilli. This week we’re venturing into curries, with this easy and quick Cauliflower, Chickpea and Raisin Curry. If you’ve got some raisins knocking … Read More

Richard Branson’s request for state bailout prompts widespread criticism

28th April 2020 | 1

Richard Branson’s request for £500m of taxpayers’ money to help his Virgin Atlantic airline survive the coronavirus pandemic has received widespread criticism from campaigners and politicians. 

In an open letter to Virgin employees, Branson, who owns 51% of Virgin Atlantic and … Read More

Back of the Cupboard Recipes #1: Easy Veggie Chilli

23rd April 2020 |

With everyone trying to go to the shops as little as possible, lockdown has got us all rooting around in the back of our cupboards to see what we’ve got that needs using up. For most of us, this has … Read More

Struggling with home-schooling? BBC Bitesize is here to help

21st April 2020 |

The BBC’s online learning website, BBC Bitesize, has launched a programme of daily lessons to help parents who are currently trying to educate their children at home.

Yesterday should have been the start of the summer term across the UK, … Read More

Brighton becomes the first UK city to close road for daily exercise

20th April 2020 |

Brighton and Hove Council have set a precedent for other UK towns and cities by becoming the first local authroity to close off a road in order to help local people get their daily exercise safely, whilst adhering to … Read More

Amex Stadium converted into drive-in COVID-19 testing centre

20th April 2020 |

Brighton & Hove Albion’s American Express Community Stadium has been converted into the south coast’s biggest drive-in coronavirus testing centre for key workers, as the club strengthens its commitment to assist the NHS and other essential services during the pandemic.

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