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- Updates Wednesday 26 April 2017
Steps are back and are performing at the Brighton Centre in November.
Here are five, six, seven, eight things you (probably) don’t know about the band.
The Lib Dems will not contest the Brighton Pavilion constituency, in order to help the Green party's co-leader Caroline Lucas #sevote
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Police have named two people who died when their car came off the road and crashed into a garden near Horsham.
Twenty-five year old Ricarda Chapman from Handcross, and 17-year-old Lewis James Gardner-Smith from Lower Beeding died on 18 April.
The crash happened 200m north of the junction of the A281 and Picts Lane.
Officers are urging anyone who saw what happened to get in touch.
A frosty start in some places, turning rainy later. Here's my forecast for Thursday.
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BBC Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw apologised to listeners this morning after Hollywood star Orlando Bloom used an offensive word on his breakfast programme.
A demonstration organised by the RMT union was held in Westminster to mark one year since the strikes on Southern began.
There was a demonstration earlier outside Parliament to mark a year since the Southern strike began.
Here we take a look at the strike in numbers…
Another freezing night, then temperatures start to improve.
Here's my forecast.
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Sussex Police are very concerned for missing Worthing woman Julie Percival.
The 45-year-old was last seen leaving for work at 09:00 BST yesterday and although it seems that she has returned to her home in Woodlea Road, she has not been seen since.
It appears that Julie has returned home as her mobile phone is there and post has been opened.Quote Message: We are very concerned for Julie's welfare as it is unlike her to not be in touch with her family. She is white, 5' 8" with long black hair and most often uses public transport." from PC Ian Vasey Sussex Police
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A former police inspector who admitted making and distributing indecent images and videos of children has been jailed for nine years.
Timothy Ryton, who worked for the Kent force, appeared at Lewes Crown Court today.
The officer pleaded guilty to three counts of distributing indecent images of children, two of taking indecent videos, two of distribution, and two of voyeurism unrelated to a child at a previous hearing.
The judge described Ryton, a police officer of 27 years and who served in Iraq, as 'deeply disturbed, calculating and wicked'.
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The electoral map of the South East is almost exclusively blue at the moment, but whilst there are several very safe seats, there are also plenty of constituencies that could see a change in the upcoming election.
We've compiled this list of the most vulnerable seats in Kent and Sussex.
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The Justice Secretary says she'll be looking into the issue of sex for rent, uncovered by a BBC South East investigation.
She was responding to a question by the South East's only Labour MP.