COMMENT: Hidden threat of cybercrime under the radar – but no longer

The humble bobby on the beat is the traditional symbol of security.

Phelim MacCafferty

Phelim MacCafferty: We are on the right path to support the city’s trans community

This Saturday I will once again join the trans community as we celebrate Trans Pride which is five years old this year. 
I wish everyone who is taking part all the best. 
Back in 2012 the Green Party Councillors established the first Trans Equality Scrutiny Panel. As chair of the panel, we made 37 recommendations to improve the lives of trans people in our city. It became clear from our scrutiny that trans people were subject to vicious harassment and institutional discrimination. We identified that not enough has been done to help our trans residents play their full part in society.

A feast of cheese and meat at The Great British Charcuterie Co.

Tom Flint: A celebration of British cheese and charcuterie

When I think of cheese and charcuterie, the UK does not immediately spring to mind as being a leading producing nation.

Warren Morgan, the Labour leader of Brighton and Hove City Council

Warren Morgan: Sound budgeting means we can give more support

Last week we were able to share some of the benefits of managing the council’s finances well.

Vineyards in Emilia Romagna

RICHARD ESLING: Could this be the new wave Italian wine for the UK?

There is a relatively new wine in Italy that is starting to make a bit of a name for itself.

Tony Janio

Tony Janio: We will scrutinise how Labour spends your cash

If we were to listen to the media, we are living through ‘strange and unpredictable political times’.

Daniel Chapman

Daniel Chapman: The fight for school funding is not over

Quite rightly one of the most high profile general election campaigns was surrounding school funding.

The ABC Commuter Hell protest at London Victoria station  exactly a year ago this week (Photograph: Summer Dean)

Emily Yates: It’s decision time over Southern breaches

The last few months have been the busiest yet for the Association of British Commuters (ABC) and we are keen to update our Brighton supporters on some of the intrigue still going on around Southern Rail - two years after it was awarded its first contractual breach notice.


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Alexia Rowley on the realities of going on holiday with small children

Fiona Edmunds-Prosser

Brighton Chamber: Top tips for increasing your online sales

Websites play a huge part in fuelling business growth. But how much do you really know about the design and functionality of your site?

Gavin Stewart

Gavin Stewart: Keeping Brighton brilliant

To dip your toe in the warm waters of Brighton and Hove is to experience the full gamut of the experiences of life.

Phelim MacCafferty

Phelim Mac Cafferty: Poisonous agenda of cuts and deregulation

This week I have been at the Local Government Association’s conference in Birmingham. Talk has turned to the world in the shadow of Grenfell.

Cllr Tracey Hill

Tracey Hill: Let’s get a better deal for private renters in our city

As a Labour council we have said that we wanted to get a better deal for people who rent their home – over 30 per cent of households. The cost and condition of housing was a key theme raised by residents during the Fairness Commission.

Dr Martin Warner, Bishop of Chichester

Accountability on earth is vital and must be effective

On Saturday 1 July in Chichester Cathedral, 12 men and women became clergy in the Church of England.

Tony Janio

Tony Janio: Optimism for the future of our city and the UK

I think we can all agree that a less than ideal General Election result for the Conservatives led to a Queen’s Speech delivered in difficult circumstances, following in the wake of three major terrorist incidents. Then there was tragedy at a new level: the Grenfell Tower fire.

Warren Morgan, the Labour leader of Brighton and Hove City Council SUS-170126-092210001

Warren Morgan: Another busy seven days for the council

It’s been an incredibly busy week with much going on, so I wanted to give you a flavour of some of the things I’ve been doing over the past seven days.

Julian Mayers

Brighton Chamber: Top tips for podcasting to boost your business

Podcasts are a great way for your customers, clients and social circle to hear you, your message and your personality and build an audio network around your brand.

Mr Goldie Khera

Has a groin injury stopped you from cycling?

All eyes were on the London to Brighton Cycle Ride on Sunday, June 18, but there were some watching with envy.

Phelim Mac Cafferty is the Green candidate for Hove SUS-170405-101701001

Phelim Mac Cafferty: We must never see Grenfell tragedy repeated

We will all have seen the heart wrenching scenes from West London. One of the most unacceptable aspects of the Grenfell tragedy is the news that some of the capital’s poorest residents had repeatedly raised questions with the housing management company and local council, that largely went unheeded.

Sophie Cook was the Labour candidate for East Worthing and Shoreham

Sophie Cook: Why being transgender was irrelevant to my general election campaign

As I stood on stage, a room full of expectant people looking up at me I was totally focused on the next words that I would hear.

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