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Live Panel - Monday, February 3, 2014
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- Good morning and welcome to The Argus website. It's a lovely bright Monday morning to start the week off - although sadly it looks like more typical February weather is to follow - see our weather forecast here.
That's it from the live panel today. I hope you feel informed and entertained - more Sussex news will be winging your way tomorrow.
A bit of whimsy for the mid-afternoon - I've just updated my best of Brighton's blogosphere blog with links to a devastating critique of Dorothy Perkins' floral frocks (including displaced nipples) and a humdrum day transformed into observational tale of Brighton life through hourly cartoons.
Thinking of the journey home? It's all fairly quiet on the roads and public transport at the moment - see our live traffic and travel section here for more.
And here's another picture gallery - this time of fans at Brighton and Hove Albion's away game against Watford. Can you spot yourself in the crowd?
Yesterday was Seedy Sunday at the Brighton Corn Exchange - perhaps the last one ever if new EU legislation comes into force. Here's a gallery of pictures from the popular event.
Breaking news - Edmund Nela cleared of all charges in Hove shooting case. More to come . . .
More weather news - the outlook is even grimmer than our forecast this morning suggested.
Brighton and Hove Albion's lack of goals in their last three away matches is causing a stir over on our Albion site.
Here's an interesting one - a cross-party scrutiny committee has recommended a ban on alcohol at Brighton and Hove City Council social events - including the mayor's Christmas party.
How likely is that, I wonder? We'll find out tomorrow when the health overview and scrutiny committee discuss the proposal.
Just in - grandfather Phillip Brown has been sentenced to life for the murder of Brighton mother Debbie Levey.
Our fantastic local government Tim Ridgway has sadly left his post - his last official day was Friday.
Tim will still be writing his regular fortnightly column for us.
Here's the latest instalment - on how Labour have come out worst from last week's vote of no confidence in the Green adminstration.
The word legend is badly overused. I have to confess I hadn't heard of Steve Ferrone when this story was discussed in news conference. But looking at his CV, I think legend isn't overstating it on this occasion. Congratulations on your Rock Walk of Fame honour Steve.
Is he now Albion's most famous fan? Or would Fatboy have something to say about that I wonder?
This is our print splash today - a man questioned over a suspected hit and run in Worthing which has left a cyclist with serious head injuries.
Whereas this is the story I like the most: Sun lawyer tells congregation at Brighton's "cathedral" St Peter's how he reconciles working for News International with his Christianity.
Our most read over the weekend, and this morning, is the sad tale of Newhaven mother Shelley Wright who's searching for some trainers designed by her daughter Jasmine, who died of leukemia aged just 14. They're very striking, so hopefully someone will spot them.
The biggest breaking news this morning is the legal challenge residents of Fernhurst are threatening to make to any bid by Celtique for exploratory fracking drilling.
This morning, Celtique's CEO Geoff Davies told Radio 4's Today programme that if the exploratory drilling is successful, it could lead to hundreds of drills over the South Downs National Park.
Good morning and welcome to The Argus website. It's a lovely bright Monday morning to start the week off - although sadly it looks like more typical February weather is to follow - see our weather forecast here.
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