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Brighton and Hove News Saturday, 18 May 2019
As we see the dust settle from the local elections in Brighton and Hove, none of the parties saw the results we were all hoping for. Labour didn’t become the majority administration. The Greens didn’t become the minority administration. The Conservatives didn’t even remain the largest opposition par...
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