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January 20, 2018 4:25 AM Two days left to vote for the best city restaurant

YOU have just two days left to vote for the best restaurant in Brighton and Hove. Brighton’s Best Restaurants awards takes place next month at The Komedia in Gardner Street. More than 200 experts vote for the Top 20 list but this year they are being joined by a group of amateur restaurant critics. Awards co-founder and food journalist Patrick McGuigan 7

January 20, 2018 1:41 AM Newsnight: Journalist REFUSES to give Donald Trump full credit for BOOMING US economy

DONALD Trump cannot take much credit for the US’ booming economy despite it being one year since he became the country’s President, a former New York Times chief editor has claimed. Jill Abramson, who was the New York Times executive editor from September 2011 to 2014, made the remarks while speaking on BBC Newsnight. She also criticised the Mr Trump’s 6

January 19, 2018 10:15 PM Journalist Rachel Johnson old news as she is evicted from CBB

Journalist Rachel Johnson has become the second star evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house. The sister of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was the first celebrity to leave in Friday night’s double eviction. She said she was “ready” to leave after 17 days on the Channel 5 programme. “Listen, it’s more fun than you can imagine but it’s tough and … if you’re 5

January 18, 2018 6:54 PM Unpublished civil servant shortlisted for book award

A civil servant who has never been published before could scoop the Costa Short Story Award. The shortlist for the £3,500 award was judged anonymously, without the names of the authors being known. Civil servant Chris Hunter, 32, from London, is shortlisted for When The Bell Tolls. Luan Goldie, a primary school teacher, is also shortlisted for her story 4

January 9, 2018 6:47 AM Toby Young resigns from university regulator

Toby Young has resigned as the head of a new university regulator after criticism over his previous controversial comments. Writing for the Spectator blog, Mr Young said his appointment had "become a distraction" from the "vital work" of the Office for Students. The right-wing journalist faced a backlash online after it was announced he had been appointed 9

January 3, 2018 9:51 AM CBB Fans Spot Something Awkward About Malika Haqq’s Entrance Into The House

Celebrity Big Brother returned to our screens on Tuesday night and, this time around, it’s been given a pretty big shake-up. Yup, if you happened to miss the big reveal, the 2018 series has kicked off with an all-female line-up. We’ve got soap royalty in the form of Amanda Barrie, reality TV star and social media influencer Ashley James, media personality 10

January 2, 2018 5:05 PM Leigh author Greg wants to help budding writers

AN Essex journalist is set to release his first book and now wants to help other aspiring fiction writers down the same path. Greg Fidgeon, 39, began writing his collection of short stories, published on Amazon as The Long And The Short Short Of It, nearly 20 years ago. The stories for adults vary from tales of bullying and death to superheroes and silliness 12

December 28, 2017 12:06 PM 'Our little piece of forever': Phoebe and NRL star husband Sam Burgess celebrate their second wedding anniversary and share candid snaps of their lavish wedding day

Phoebe Burgess and NRL star husband Sam Burgess tied the knot in a lavish ceremony two years ago. And on the occasion of their second wedding anniversary this Thursday, Phoebe took a trip down memory lane by sharing an Instagram snap from the fateful day they became husband and wife. The pair tied the knot at her parents' sprawling home in Bowral, in the NSW Southern 4

December 28, 2017 11:06 AM 'F**k off': Twitter roasts Vanity Fair for 'sexist' video suggesting Hillary Clinton take up knitting

Twitter was not amused with Vanity Fair's video and immediately slammed it as tone-deaf and "extremely sexist". Vanity Fair has triggered fierce outrage over a video suggesting Hillary Clinton take up knitting in 2018 as one of her resolutions for the new year. The video is part of a series published by Vanity Fair's The Hive that offered six New Year's 14

December 13, 2017 8:36 PM Peru seeks arrest of lay leader accused of abuse

LIMA, Peru (AP) - Peruvian prosecutors are seeking the arrest of the leader of a Catholic religious society accused of sexual and psychological abuse against minors. Luis Figari is the lay founder of the Peru-based Sodalitium Christianae Vitae, a conservative Roman Catholic society with chapters across South America and in the U.S. Prosecutors said Wednesday 2