The UK’s coolest city by the sea is taking the lead on locally sourced, ethical bites – we recommend tucking in
The precision with which the Brighton metalcore mob pull off their most important gig to date is a fitting tribute to late guitarist Tom Searle
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Lectures in solid-state chemistry may well be some students’ idea of a thrilling ride, but surely you’d be less likely to skip the early morning lecture if there was a chance it could involve cake, ghost stories or comedy?
'I don't think anyone should tell women what to wear,' says London Mayor Sadiq Khan
Is it a gimmick to simply block off technology or is this the antidote we need in a society over-reliant on social media?
Hundreds of thousands of revellers followed the colourful carnival parade
Residents are at odds over the i360 tower, which opens next week. Does it symbolise a golden future or encroaching corporatism? And why does a city with so many other problems need it? Kashmira Gander reports
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The fees, the teaching quality, the syllabus and the aims: all are barriers to higher education for some people. But not any more, says Kashmira Gander. You don’t pay a penny at some “universities”, and come out with just as many benefits
With graduation season well underway, the time has come to think about what to do with the rest of your adult life - and the fear of reality has never been so real
The former defender tells the Independent that the promotion shoot-out is weighted in Boro's favour - but has a cautionary tale from his time at the club
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As house prices continue to rise faster than wages, first-time buyers are priced out of 90 per cent of Brighton and more than half of London...
Campaign's leader says election of Ms Bouattia sends 'a horrifying message' to Jewish students in the UK