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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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What We Need to Know About Instagram’s IGTV

17th May 2020 |

Forget everything you think you know about social media platforms. Youtubers, Instagramers, and even old fashioned Facebook users recognise one thing: IGTV is a thing and yes, it’s here to stay. 

Written by Inês Ramos

To be (a fan) or … Read More

Covid-19: A step backwards for gender equality?

17th May 2020 |

The world will never be the same after Covid-19. It has exposed the cracks in our social, political and economic systems. The most pervasive of these cracks being discrimination against women, especially in a world where not a single country … Read More

Drive-in movies are set for a comeback

17th May 2020 |

A new social phenomenon could take place as the world enters a new phase of dealing with Covid-19. Event professionals propose that drive-in movie screenings could be brought back and undoubtedly with it, new product launches. The coronavirus pandemic has … Read More

Pregnancy during Covid-19: Everything you need to know if you’re expecting in this crisis

15th May 2020 |

Pregnancy is for most women a time of bliss and excitement, but in 2020, the spread of Covid-19, may have slightly changed the context.


Written by Maria Azzurra Volpe


Since the W.H.O. (World Health Organisation) declared COVID-19 (commonly … Read More

Working from home: is this our ‘new normal’?

14th May 2020 |

Written by Laura Ferguson 

Week seven of lockdown and we are starting to feel the strain of working from our living rooms. This remote working routine has perhaps been going on even longer for some, and it is taking its … Read More

Brighton & Hove: The effects of Covid-19 on our culture and economy

13th May 2020 |

Written by Laura Ferguson 

The effects of Coronavirus on the global economy are undisputed; stock market downturns, declining economic growth and unemployment are just a few of the consequences we encounter as we tackle Covid-19.

The FTSE and Dow … Read More

#Saveourvenues: The Campaign Attempting to Save Brighton’s Music Venues

13th May 2020 |

A nationwide plea to protect grassroots music venues around the UK is continuing to make waves as it exceeds the £1M mark in donations. The campaign hopes to save 556 establishments around the UK allegedly at risk of permanent closure … Read More

The Environmental positivies of a global lockdown

11th May 2020 |

The coronavirus has changed the way everyone goes about their daily lives. This unforeseen scenario has forced everyone inside for weeks but there has been a positive side effect. While people take shelter, the environment has been thriving. Less people … Read More

Google Trends During A Pandemic – Who Are We Searching For?

8th May 2020 |

The coronavirus pandemic has changed many aspects of our lives, including our Google searches. This is the first part of a series in which we will be analysing the interests of Brighton residents and the wider UK public since the … 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