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Twelve jobs face axe at Brighton Housing Trust after funding cut From The Argus

The Brighton Housing Trust’s Advice Centre has been hit by changes to the way that legal advice on immigration, welfare benefits and debt work is funded.

It is expected that income for legal cases this year will plummet from 1.5 million to 987,
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The changes, which involve merging its serves with the Immigration Legal Services which are both based in Community Base in Queens Road,
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Andy Winter, chief executive of BHT, said that 12 jobs will be cut over the next year with some changes happening within the next three months.

He said the housing trust continues to receive funding from Brighton and Hove City Council so it can give advice to residents in the city,
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Mr Winter said: “It has been on the cards for a couple of years that we would have to downsize our advice and legal services.

Support “We received a 55% cut in legal aid funding for our work in Brighton and Hove, allowing us now to take on just 590 cases each year.

“We knowhowimportant this service is, and we are extremely grateful to councillors of all parties in the city who have protected and even increased their financial support to ensure we can continue to keep this service going.

“Of course I am very sad to see the loss of up to twelve dedicated and skilled members of staff but we have no option.

“BHT will continue to employ sixteen advisers, solicitors and support staff in the service.”

Mr Winter added that BHT will retain the capacity to see through cases, so that existing clients will continue to receive a service.

He said: “The BHT Board has reaffirmed its support for this work by agreeing to invest up to 100,000 of our charitable funds to deliver this part of our charitable objectives.

“We will continue to rely on the financial support of members of the public and I am renewing our appeal for people to make regular donations to the Brighton Advice Centre.”

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Posted by Antonio Aparicio at 3:33 am

Rudd condemns Fiji ‘dictatorship’

Kevin Rudd today condemned the reappointment of military chief Commodore Frank Bainimarama as prime minister and his clampdown on opponents, which followed an earlier move by Fiji’s president to abrogate the constitution and sack the nation’s top judges,
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“Australia condemns unequivocally this action by the military ruler of Fiji to turn this great country,
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Mr Rudd’s remarks came after Mr Bainimarama, the 2006 coup leader whose rule was last week declared unlawful,
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Foreign media were banned from Mr Bainimarama’s swearing in on Saturday in yet another sign the regime is intent on stifling criticism and curbing press freedoms.

Last Thursday, Fiji was plunged into fresh political chaos when Mr Bainimarama’s close ally, President Josefa Iloilo, sacked Fiji’s three judge Court of Appeal after it ruled the country’s military regime was illegally appointed following the coup in December 2006, the fourth coup since 1987.

President Iloilo has promised to hold democratic elections by 2014.

It is understood police liaison officers accompanied by uniformed police have been in the offices of the Fiji Times, as well as other newsrooms, vetting news items before they are published or broadcast.

“They were in on Friday night, they were in (Saturday) night and they’ll be back again today,” one source told The Australian.

News Ltd spokesman Greg Baxter said: “For the time being, we are acquiescing to the demands of the censor,
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Fiji’s Ministry of Information sent at least one news outlet a communique forbidding it to publish any “negative” reaction to the swearing in of Mr Bainimarama.

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Why Arsene Wenger will stay at Arsenal

But I’ve lost count of the number of times that Wenger has been wanted by different clubs, including Real Madrid, Bayern Munich,
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Wenger did not deny meeting the PSG hierarchy earlier this season. He just blamed their involvement in Al Jazeera. He said they are friends and he does work for the TV station.

Four years ago, Wenger had a similar flirtation with Real Madrid. He met with them, discussed going there and eventually stayed in London.

Is that really so bad? Probably not. But if leaving is not in his mind at all, then why meet them at all?

The PSG stories were headed off at the pass on Sunday. Wenger insisted that he always respects his contract. To me and I see him regularly it was as convincing as ever.

Wenger did, however, have an interesting take on this recently. He admitted he wanted to leave a year early from one club, asked the president if he could go and they said no. So he stayed. That’s a slightly different take on his standard answer but he still stayed.

If Wenger asked now whether he could go to PSG and there is definitely no break clause then the Arsenal hierarchy would unquestionably urge him not to and eventually say no.

Arsenal’s old guard on the board love him, he has the backing of chief executive Ivan Gazidis and majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has unshakeable faith and support of his methods.

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But there’s something that occurs to me each and every time these stories come up. And they are genuine stories. The interest is there. We’re not saying he’s going, just that he’s wanted. I’ve written PSG and Real Madrid already this season myself.

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That’s why I think apart from seeing what is out there and the going rate Wenger meets other clubs. I chatted with someone who knows him well this week and when asked about these clandestine meetings, they smiled and said: “He’ll never go.”

But I do think that if he felt unloved and that the fans want him out then he may be tempted. Mind you, going to PSG and working with all their millions would seem so alien.

But don’t kid yourself Wenger runs a “socialist dressing room” where all players earn similar amounts. But he doesn’t. He’s a big earner on 7.5m a year. Don’t for a moment suggest that Wenger doesn’t like money and is afraid of it.

Maybe if Arsenal finish fifth then the fans will become restless and start calling for him to go. Maybe he will ask to leave again,
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I think Wenger will stay even if they finish fifth. This summer is the chance for Wenger to rebuild,
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Wenger has a new keeper, striker and a midfielder on his hit list. Clearly, getting into the top four is crucial in getting the likes of Stevan Jovetic. But good players will still come even if Arsenal are in the Europa League.

There is still a draw of big wages, Wenger and playing for a big, world renowned club.

But Arsenal do need a trophy. That’s been highlighted by major shareholder Alisher Usmanov this week who questioned the club’s running and ambition under Kroenke’s leadership.

Because the fans are desperate for trophies, supporters are softening on Usmanov. They see his billions as a path to silverware. But, as I see it, there is no chance of Kroenke selling.

And if Usmanov comes in, I feel certain he would want to stick with Wenger. So would Wenger change his philosophy and suddenly start spending like there was no tomorrow? Unlikely. So it does beg the question: why would he go to PSG?

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