The EU referendum vote took place over a year ago on the 23rd of June 2016 and with migration part of the political dialog around Brexit, the question remains of how have things changed for local people in Bournemouth now that Article 50 has officially been triggered and Bournemouth is experiencing the afterward of the […]
Opinions from the voice of migrant and refugee support: Irwin Buchanan is the CEO of ICN- an independent faith-based charity in Bournemouth that works towards helping refugee and migrant communities become more integrated. Below is a Q&A with Mr. Buchanan to get a different perspective on the issue of Brexit and migration on a local […]
Trends in for the EU referendum indicated that the majority of the vote to leave was made by an older generation in the UK. The following is how local university students, both national and international feel about the topic of Brexit and migration a year later. The six students were asked: What would you say […]
Hate crimes in Bournemouth have decreased in 2017, according to a Dorset Police report. Between January and October, 208 incidents have been reported to Dorset Police. Post-Brexit last year, they received 265 offences, showing a 21% drop in the number of hate crimes offences occurring this year. Dorset Race Equality Council manager, Nathalie Sheering explains […]
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is hosting the annual conference of ABO at the Bournemouth International Centre. Buzz News has more.
Top professor predicts jobs losses in Dorset’s financial sector following Brexit
Bournemouth pubs and bars are facing the threat of high inflation which is making its way to the British pint. Bournemouth Brewery provides ale and cider to the local pubs and bars. Chris Mathers, who founded the brewery in 2013, believes that the costs of their grains and brewing ingredients will be significantly more expensive as […]