11th September: Queer Bloomsbury Day

Rachel Badham September 10, 2021

Tomorrow, Queer Bloomsbury Day will see a host of exciting queer events including a talk by bestselling author Juno Dawson.

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Business News

Gscene LGBTQ Election hustings: the candidates respond.

Gscene Editorial Team November 19, 2019

Ahead of the UK General Election we are hosting an LGBTQ Election hustings on November 27th. The G-Scene News Team has written to all candidates, in all three Brighton & Hove constituencies, asking them all the same question.

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General News

New leader for Labour group in Brighton & Hove

Besi Besemar May 13, 2019

The Labour group of councillors on Brighton and Hove City Council today elected Cllr Nancy Platts as their new Group Leader. A former Labour Parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavilion in the 2010 General Election where she lost to Caroline Lucas MP and Brighton Kemptown in the 2015 General Election where she lost narrowly to the sitting MP, Simon Kirby by 690 votes. 

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In The South

Conservatives choose former LGBT+ activist to fight Brighton Pavilion

Gary Hart May 10, 2017

Conservatives choose Emma Warman to fight the Brighton Pavilion seat. Originally from West Wales, Emma’s father is an electrician and her mother worked for the NHS. She attended a comprehensive school in Wales before studying at the University in Reading and becoming a primary school governor. She later attended law school in London – working full-time and taking evening classes to qualify as a lawyer.

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General News

Lucas says rail companies must pay out more for repeat delays

Besi Besemar February 3, 2015

RAIL bosses have pledged to look again at compensation arrangements, following a Rail Summit held in Parliament yesterday.
CAROLINE Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavilion, joined talks with the Rail Minister and train bosses yesterday, calling for urgent improvements to services.
Caroline called for a rail summit last month amid further fare hikes and continued disruptions for passengers across the South East.

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Royal Pavilion Military Hospital Tour for Royal Pavilion & Museums

Besi Besemar November 21, 2014

The Royal Pavilion launches a fascinating new audio tour about its history as a military hospital for Indian soldiers and a hospital for limbless men during the First World War on Saturday, December 6. The Royal Pavilion & Museums launch a new audio and multimedia guide offering visitors a comprehensive tour of the former Royal Palace’s use as a military hospital during the First World War.

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