She was Brighton’s not-quite-princess, our almost-queen. She was the sport of cartoonists, the despair of protocolists, a figure forever both central and marginal.
There are beards. There are tattoos. There’s loud music. Not another hipster joint, some may yawn. Well, the haters can go somewhere else. There’s clearly a market for pubs like this, and I think the place is great.
We can try and do things differently, we can raise more income, we will get more in business rates, but it won’t be enough.
Seagulls in Brighton and Hove are notorious for stealing food, rifling through bins and aggressive behaviour towards residents and tourists.
Labour MP for Hove, Peter Kyle, had to defend his decision to abstain from a vote on the Welfare Bill this week.
Designs for a wind turbine on top of the i360 have been scrapped, after engineers expressed concern that high winds could cause the structure to move.
The city council will ask the public if they want a smoking ban in parks and beaches, but admitted it won’t be enforceable.
The final piece of the puzzle in regenerating The Lanes has slotted into place, with plans for a controversial new link lane being given the green light.
It seems obvious, even if economists can make it sound complicated.
There’s a bit of a “ginaissance” going on.