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Leading Brighton and Hove councillors to join school children on climate strike next week

Brighton and Hove News Thursday, 12 September 2019
Council leader Nancy Platts and opposition leader Phélim Mac Cafferty said that they would join children missing school for a “climate strike” next week. They also agreed that Brighton and Hove City Council should work with schools to support young people who want to take part in the protest. They g...
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