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The Brighton Seagull
Jem Collins on the shiny new Sea Lanes lido: it’s a place with contradictions at its heart, and that’s what helps it find its place.
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Mads Ryle spends the day with Jollof Cafe, which works to support asylum seekers and migrants through mutual self-help and solidarity.
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Lydia Wilkins interviews the team at Give Street Project on their work, and why they hope they don't exist one day.
Brighton and Hove has a unique, if ambivalent, relationship with the British Monarchy. We look at how the coronation of our city’s most infamous royal proponent contrasts with Charles III’s own crowning.