General News

Record numbers expected for People’s Vote Protest in London today.

Besi Besemar October 20, 2018

More than 100,000 people are expected to march through London today calling for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal, in the city’s biggest demonstration for 10 years.

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Community News

Ivor Caplin, to speak at The Village MCC

Besi Besemar July 4, 2018

Ivor Caplin will be the guest speaker at The Village Metropolitan Community Church on July 29.
Ivor was MP for Hove between 1997-2005, during which time he served in the Labour Government as a PPS, FCO whip, and Minister for veterans at the Ministry of Defence. He was also the first Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on English Language Teaching.

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In The South

Caplin promises Action Not Words!

Craig Hanlon-Smith June 27, 2018

Ivor Caplin has been elected the new Chair of The Jewish Labour Movement at a key point in the history of both the movement but also The Labour Party itself. The party has recently been beset with accusations of anti-Semitism deep within its ranks, a fact Mr. Caplin did not shy away from in his acceptance speech to the movement at their AGM on June 13.

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Terrence Higgins Trust appoints new advisory board

Besi Besemar September 22, 2017

HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust (THT), appoints new advisory board to help steer the charity into the future which includes Stonewall co-founder Lisa Power MBE and former Hove MP Ivor Caplin among its members.

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Former Hove MP tells NHS to stop delay and save lives

Besi Besemar November 28, 2016

Ivor Caplin, calls for NHS to immediately prescribe PrEP to those at risk of catching HIV. The former Government Minister and MP for Hove was speaking at the ‘Perspectives and Perceptions of PrEP’ – an OUT @ University College London, World AIDS Day event tonight, November 28.

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City to honour Brighton and Hove’s Jewish heritage

Besi Besemar March 23, 2016

The unveiling of a blue plaque to mark the home of Israel Samuel, the first recorded Jewish resident of Brighton, will form the centre piece of six-month of celebrations marking the 250 year anniversary of a Jewish presence in Brighton.

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