Harry and Meghan news – latest: Duke of Sussex asked to give month’s notice before making trip to UK

The Duke of Sussex’s libel claim against Associated Newspapers Limited over an article about his challenge against the Home Office’s security arrangements returned to court on Friday ... read more

Dozen of violence against women accusations made against Sussex Police

Dozens of police officers have been accused of violence against woman and girls. The 48 cases made against Sussex Police officers include complaints from members of the public and more serious ... read more

Call for strike against pension reform in Uruguay

CNT called for a partial general strike on Thursday to reject the pension reform promoted by the Government that aims to gradually raise the retirement age from 60 to 65 years. teleSUR ... read more

Westfield fight back against Ringmer – but late twist denies them win

Westfield hosted Ringmer with a chance to put pressure on the top three in the Mid Sussex League premier – and it turned out to be an enthralling game that possibly lacked a bit of quality, ending 3-3 ... read more

UK - Sussex kelp restoration: a story of hope

In Sussex, just a few hundred metres from busy coastal towns like Shoreham-by Sea, Worthing and Bognor Regis, a story of hope is emerging, as historic kelp forests lost for decades are beginning to ... read more

Retired teacher, 60, who claimed she was evicted from £15K beach hut in row with locals over 'anti-social behaviour' because she was 'too glamorous' appears in court accused ...

Michele Spicer denies breaching a harassment order preventing her from going within 200m of another woman, Victoria Harvey, or attending the David Lloyd Gym in the town. read more

Duke of Sussex argued he could not pay for private security until he had a job

Court documents show Harry wrote to the late Queen’s private secretary making clear he couldn’t afford it until he and Meghan were earning ... read more

Barrister who lost harassment claim against the CPS over colleague asking him to stop breaking wind wins £135k as tribunal rules he suffered discrimination because they ...

Tarique Mohammed, who worked at the CPS, argued that he was treated unfairly by not being allowed to work from home two days a week nor to leave work at 4pm to help manage his condition. read more

Development Studies at Sussex

Development Studies at Sussex. First in the world for Development Studies for the seventh consecutive year. Number one for Development Studies. In partnership with the Institute o ... read more

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