Brighton, Hove and First Past the Post

We were following the elections in our home city of Brighton over on our new Twitter account @DemsocBTN, which we’ll be using for our local activities alongside the main @Demsoc feed. As you might have read in the papers, the Green Party won the most seats, and are likely to form a minority cabinet. The […]

Lunchtime list for June 7th

Here are the articles and web pages the Talk Issues team recommend today: Collaborative Democracy in Second Life – Remember the Second Life hype a while back? The service is still around, and some of its participants are involved in thinking about political decision-making structures within it. Here's a blog post from Gwyneth Llewelyn on […]

Progressive punch-up in Pavilion

Brighton Pavilion is one of the few constituencies where there is a serious Green/Labour battle underway, giving the Conservatives a good chance of splitting the left vote. As you might imagine, one of the results of this is that Labour and the Greens have been going at each other hammer and tongs, as left-aligned Brighton […]