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  By Katrin Hohl, City, University of London In England and Wales, more than 99% of rapes reported to police do not end in a conviction. This is the result of a criminal justice system that makes prosecuting rape extremely rare, lengthy and difficult. At present, charge rates for rape vary wildly...
Jean-Philippe Serbera, Sheffield Hallam University Cryptocurrencies have had an exceptional year, reaching a combined value of more than US$3 trillion (£2.2 trillion) for the first time in November. The market seems to have benefited from the public having time on their hands during pandemic lockdowns. Also, large investment funds and...
Shechter's world renowned contemporary choreography has dazzled international audiences for a decade. The Hofesh Shechter Company inspire freedom of the human spirit explored through a celebration of visceral dance, of which they will bring to the stage at Brighton Dome on 6th November.   Since the first production of "Choreographer's Cut"...
Gamely Games' CEO, Hazel Reynolds, spoke to Brighton Journal about how their three games helping to connect families has led to their appearance on Dragons' Den tonight. In an increasingly digitalised world, sometimes it's important to revert back to those all important moments in reality. Brighton-based company, Gamely Games, are...
During the Edinburgh International Festival, which is taking place in August, it will be possible to see the premiere of “FLIT”, a multimedia show created by some of the most influential musicians on the contemporary scene. The minds behind the show were put together by Martin Green, visionary Lau’s accordionist,...
So as a lot of you know Brighton has become a very expensive place to visit. This is due to it's popular tourism, especially within the past couple years due to the i360 opening. Plus, all the various cultural festivals that visit in the summer. However, what you don't...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local visual artist and designer, Anastasios Veloudis. After completing his Masters degree in Digital Media at the University of Brighton in 2013, Anastasios has taken part in many exhibitions across the globe. His work was selected for the 15th Biennale of Young Artists...
Another week has passed in beautiful Brighton and the rain has well and truly drenched the streets and drizzled on our memories of Summer. Don't let it dampen your spirits and take a look at our Best of Brighton on Instagram, a collection of some beautiful shots taken in...
Written by Ayna Custovic Whilst the effects of coronavirus on humanity have been devastating, the environment has seen dramatic improvements as a result of the pandemic induced lockdown. With millions stuck indoors, an inadvertent shift has occurred towards an environmentally friendly lifestyle which, if we are to each take the...
The fantasy premier league is all about picking a team of players who you believe will produce top performance in the next game week. You can spend anywhere between hours and days scouting the right players for your team. Sometimes your team scores big points and sometimes they’re just...