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Conservatives appoint three new City ‘Champions’

James Ledward June 26, 2017

Cllr Tony Janio, the new Conservative Group Leader on Brighton & Hove City Council, has appointed three new ‘Champion’ roles to hold the Labour Administration to account. Cllr. Mary Mears will be the Group’s new Business Champion, Cllr. Nick Lewry will be the Group’s new Cycling Champion and Cllr. Andrew Wealls will be the Group’s new Community & Voluntary Sector Champion.

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Conservatives force review of licensing to protect local businesses who pay business rates

James Ledward March 3, 2017

At a meeting of the Brighton & Hove City Council Licensing Committee during the week, the Conservative Group secured a review of the Council’s policy towards the granting of licenses to mobile street traders.

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Community News

Mayor of Brighton & Hove attends Transgender Day of Remembrance memorial service

James Ledward November 22, 2016

Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Pete West headed the list of dignitaries at this years Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) service at Dorset Garden Methodist Church on Sunday, November 20.

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Conservatives name new leadership team following local elections

James Ledward May 12, 2015

Cllr. Geoffrey Theobald was last night re-elected unopposed for a fifth year as Conservative Group Leader for the forthcoming municipal year at the Group’s AGM. Andrew Wealls, the highly-regarded Councillor for Central Hove and the Group’s Spokesperson on Education and Schools for the last four years has been promoted to be one of the Group’s two Deputy Leaders.

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Reprieve for Youth Service funding for Allsorts LGBT Youth Project

James Ledward January 23, 2015

Brighton and Hove Council’s Policy and Resources Committee voted last night to call a halt to City Council budget proposals to terminate, in March, its Youth Collective contract with six voluntary sector organisations including Allsorts, the LGBT Youth project.
Under the Council’s proposals, all Youth Services would have been delivered by the Council’s ‘in-house’ team, without any assessment being made of its relative effectiveness and value for money compared to the voluntary sector providers.

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