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The Old Market: Financial History
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 15:09 | 7 Comments
The Old Market: Financial History

After having their planning application for the Old Market rejected Trustees have launched a petition to request money from the local council. Tony Davenport discovers that things are not quite as they seem.

The Old Market: A Tangle of Conflicting Loyalties and Remits
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 15:02 | 4 Comments
The Old Market: A Tangle of Conflicting Loyalties and Remits

Valerie Paynter considers how the city’s conservation groups were undone by one planning application

Handbags At Dawn
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 14:50 | No Comment

Last month local Labour MP Celia Barlow (she of the “high lustre” shower head billed to the British taxpayer) was all set to star as guest of honour at the opening of a new branch …

Conservatives Pick Pavilion Candidate
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 14:46 | No Comment

Brighton Tories were out in force for Sussex’s first selection of a Conservative candidate by the general public as opposed to the usual local political party group meeting. It seems however that the majority of …

Communal Bins Overflow
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:14 | No Comment
Communal Bins Overflow

I cannot claim to be surprised by the stacking up of refuse around the communal bins all over the centre of the city. Councillor Gill Mitchell, who was Labour chair of the environment committee which …

Letters: Gill Mitchell Is A Moaner
Sunday, 20 Sep, 2009 – 12:53 | No Comment

If prizes were issued for hypocrisy, then surely Gill Mitchell, leader of the Labour group of councillors, would win the contest by a mile.
In The Argus (26th August) she has the gall to suggest the …

Lost Labour’s Love
Friday, 6 Mar, 2009 – 14:55 | No Comment

Your humble editor is feeling most lovelorn at the moment. A personally addressed missive from the local Labour party describing how our great leader is saving the world, one penny at a time, were delivered …

Welcome To The Future
Monday, 12 May, 2008 – 3:51 | No Comment

Japan’s bullet train move aside – Brighton is on-track to be the envy of civilised world. You’ve seen the press reports, heard the endless quotes from councillors including Gill Mitchell and Geoffrey Theobald, been deluged …