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21 December 2017
Success has been achieved with regard to the Sussex university student accommodation dispute at high rent Kings Road Hall near Brighton seafront
1 October 2014
Hove Park will not become Gove Park after a tremendous campaign to prevent it from becoming an academy
24 September 2014
Theatre review: Worthing in Sussex always re-elected Tory MPs in the past and worship of the blessed Margaret Thatcher is widespread, writes Derek McMilllan.
5 December 2013
Five students have been suspended at Sussex University for taking part in an occupation. One of the five spoke to Socialist Students NUS executive member Edmund Schluessel on 4 December
28 August 2013
Hundreds of protesters have set up camp in Balcombe, West Sussex, to stop environmentally dangerous fracking
10 April 2013
The 2012 staff survey results from the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are even worse than the previous year's results, which were grim enough, writes Sharon Mitchell, Brighton.
14 February 2013
6 June 2012
On 10 May 2012 University of Sussex management announced plans to sell off huge swathes of support services on campus by August 2013, privatising over 10% of jobs, writes Shona McCulloch, Sussex University Unison (personal capacity).
29 May 2012
University of Sussex management plans to sell off huge swathes of support services by August 2013, privatising over 10% of jobs
23 November 2011
West Sussex Teachers' Association (WSTA), with the backing of Unison and other public sector unions, is holding a protest in Horsham, Sussex
26 May 2010
Last week, students at Sussex University protested outside the disciplinary hearings of the 'Sussex Six'...
5 June 2009
On Wednesday 20 May, around 70 students gathered in Sussex University's main square to protest against the axing of the entire linguistics department...
17 October 2007
Save our NHS: TEN THOUSAND people marched in Haywards Heath in rural Sussex on 13 October... By Derek McMillan
30 March 2006
THE VICE-chancellor of the University of Sussex, Alasdair Smith, announced last week that he intended to close the chemistry department, giving as his reasons the university's £4 million debt and that not enough people were applying to study chemistry, writes Richard Mullin, University of Sussex Socialist Students.
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