Sian Berry selected as candidate to follow Caroline Lucas as next Green MP for Brighton Pavilion

Graham Robson July 20, 2023

Berry, who was selected as the new Brighton Pavilion candidate after winning 71% of first preference votes, is a former co-leader and principal speaker of the Green Party of England and Wales and has been their candidate for Mayor of London three times, coming third in both 2016 and 2021. 

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Community News

Sussex ME Society on managing the aftermath of the virus

May 25, 2020

The Sussex ME Society, that works for those affected by chronic fatigue syndrome known as ME, has made available the latest information on how to manage the aftermath of the Coronavirus.

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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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In The South

Gay paraplegic remains ‘trapped’ in second floor flat despite Council assurances to move him 6 months ago

Besi Besemar April 5, 2017

Gay man with no use or feeling in legs remains ‘trapped’ in unsuitable temporary accommodation in Hove despite promises from Brighton & Hove City Council on October 12 to find somewhere more suitable for him with wheel chair access.

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Hove and Portslade elects city’s first openly gay MP

Besi Besemar May 8, 2015

Following a night of shocks up and down the country, the Conservative Party look set to form a majority goverment as the pre-election opinion polls got the outcome of the election all wrong. Many senior politicians and household names lost their seats including former Lib Dem Leader Charles Kennedy, Leader of Labour in Scotland Jim Murphy, Lib Dem Business Secretary, Vince Cable, George Galloway from Respect, Conservative Minister, Ester McVey, Lib Dem Chief Secretary to the Secretary Danny Alexander and maybe the biggest scalp of the night, Labour’s Shadow Chancellor, Ed Balls.

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