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Monday, June 27, 2022
Green Councillors have announced their support for the Local Government Association's call to ‘keep planning local,’ joining a host of wildlife organisations and the Labour group in resisting proposed changes to planning law. New plans for house-building and planning being proposed by the Conservative government could see Brighton required to...
The Government has decided to extend their voucher scheme following a campaign by Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford. The scheme was originally planned to stop at the end of the summer holidays. But thanks to a footballer’s persistent campaign they were pressured into reversing that decision. This will allow...
Members of the University and College Union (UCU) are set to strike in February and March at the University of Sussex and the University of Brighton as part of an ongoing dispute with employers regarding pay, pensions and working conditions.  Seventy-four UK universities will be hit with 14 days of...
Those living in the more residential parts of Brighton have a higher chance of being forced to pay a fee for withdrawing money. In the heart of the city, cash machines rarely charge for withdrawal, with the extra fees mostly affecting those who are of lower income households in...
You must be registered by 11:59 on 26th November to vote in the up-coming General Election. If you want to apply to vote by post in England, Scotland or Wales, you must register before 5pm on 26th November. That's right - the deadline to register to vote is tomorrow! Who can register? You can...
Those without permanent home addresses, whether they are homeless, sleeping rough or in temporary accommodation, are still able to vote in the upcoming General Election set for Thursday 12th December. However, submitting these applications takes a different route in comparison to those with permanent addresses. Those without fixed addresses need to...
The local elections are just one day away and the Labour Party, who currently run the council, are hoping to win another four years in office and obtain a majority on the city council. At the last election, the party was only five seats short of this and Daniel Yates,...
As National HIV Testing week begins on Saturday 16th November, Brighton Kemptown MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle urges everyone to get tested, as one in twelve people living with HIV are unaware they have the virus. Featured image: Lloyd Russell-Moyle via © Facebook Get Tested! Lloyd Russell-Moyle, the Brighton Kemptown MP who was the...
On behalf of some of Brighton & Hove’s smaller “pocket parks”, Councillor Phélim Mac Cafferty, Leader of Brighton and Hove City Council and Green Party Councillor for Brunswick and Adelaide, will accept a wide range of Hebe Shrubs donated by Plumpton College from the Douglas Chalk National Hebe collection this Sunday. These...
The will be a review of the funding for youth services in Brighton, which will examine the current £384,000 provided by the council. It will also explore the potential for a new ‘Central Youth Hub’. This review was called by a report to Brighton & Hove’s Children, Young People and...