Plans to protect the Sussex coast amidst bad weather

By Charlotte Gale and James Dunham Plans are being drawn up to protect the Sussex coastline from erosion following weeks of heavy wind and rain. Brighton & City Council’s Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee will now meet with the public to draw up an action plan to protect our coast for the next 100 years.…

Will Brighton & Hove MPs speak out against the gagging law?

‘38 Degrees is the angle at which an avalanche happens. In the UK, 38 Degrees will enable people to act together, to create an avalanche for change’. Britain, the birthplace of modern democracy has a ‘gagging law’ bill at the House of Lords committee stage. The colloquially named gagging law is part two of the…

It’s a Swing Thing

So it was my brothers 22nd birthday, ordinarily your first assumption of a Saturday night in Brighton might not be a hot, sweaty room filled with jazz and swing dancers. I’m not fantasising here, this is really where we ended up. My first experience of swing dancing was at the Green Door Store, located just…