British Airways is facing the largest fine so far under the new General Data Protection Regulations

Column: Heavy price to pay for cyber breaches

Despite the constant reports of cyber breaches, the risk seems to be generally accepted as part and parcel of using the internet and smart phones; in much the same way that motor accidents are an accepted price for the convenience of road transport. We just hope they don’t happen to us.

Cllr Steve Bell, leader of the Conservative Group on Brighton & Hove City Council

A service that must be funded to individual needs

I make no apologies for raising 
the same topic again in regards 
to Home to School Transport as this is an issue where some 
of our most vulnerable 
children in the city rely on the council to provide a safe, secure and fit for purpose transport which caters for the individual needs of that child and gives peace of mind to their parents 
or guardians.

Councillor Phelim Mac Cafferty

Refugees are welcome in Brighton and Hove

This week is Refugee Week – an important point in the calendar to celebrate human rights and to understand the work to welcome people fleeing some of the world’s most horrific circumstances. Brighton and Hove has many wonderful initiatives supporting refugees but against the backdrop of rising hate crime and a post-Brexit, anti-immigration rhetoric, refugee week is a critical opportunity to nail some myths.

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