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  Chris Jordan’s 2020 season could be over before it has even begun.
  A POLICE watchdog says it is "making further enquiries" into the arrest of a black man in Brighton.
  Carl Rushworth is relishing a second crack at the professional game after signing a new three-year deal with Albion.
  Captain Sir Tom Moore paid tribute to Dame Vera Lynn ahead of her private funeral.
  AN image of Dame Vera Lynn has been projected on to the White Cliffs of Dover ahead of her funeral today.
  POLICE have brought in specialist search and rescue teams as they step up their search for a missing 60-year-old man.
  A VIDEO has emerged of people pleading with police over the way they are arresting a black man.
  A BRIGHTON police chief has urged people to 'understand the wider context' after two videos of police arresting black people were widely shared on social...
  A COUNCIL leader has said she was “angry” after seeing a video of a man being pinned to the ground by police officers.
  Albion will be careful with Tariq Lamptey - but they love what he is doing.
  We will be providing live updates from the funeral of Dame Vera Lynn today. It is being held in her hometown of Ditchling, Sussex.
  A £25 MILLION scheme to build four storeys of flats and offices in Hove has been granted outline planning permission.
  A LECTURER believes people deserve credit for their “largely sensible post-lockdown behaviour”.
  THERE is hope a historic private school can be saved with the impending sale of the site.
  Graeme Souness loves Albion's football but also felt they were naive.
  TOURISM chiefs fear that tens of thousands of anti-racism protesters will hit trade on the seafront just after businesses have reopened.
  THE pay gap between white and Bame (black, Asian, minority ethnic) staff working at the council is to be made public.
  A LOUT who went to his ex-partner’s front door has been put under a restraining order.
  THE council and business leaders are calling on the Government to “cut red tape” around funding rules.
  BOOKS of condolence for Dame Vera Lynn will be opened across Sussex for people to pay their respects.
  A COUNCIL has promised to crack down on potholes and improve the county’s roads.
  THE FAMILY of a missing woman are demanding an independent review into the police’s handling of the case.
  A 35 METRE tall big wheel is open for business.
  A FESTIVAL has said its flag will fly “come what may” as it announces dates for activities.
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