“Will the Council evict visitors from Brighton?”

Night Coppers, a new television show based on Brighton policing, was reviewed in a national newspaper, saying: “As the sun goes down and the lights come on, there is an increase in assault, anti-social behaviour, drug incidents and hate crime Go through the roof and stretch the thin blue line to the breaking point”.

I wonder, was that just an exaggeration – a massive exaggeration on the part of the producers to get viewers to watch the program – or will it turn out to be a factual portrayal of the city’s nighttime economy?

If it turns out to be the latter, then Brighton and Hove City Council have once again shot themselves in the foot by allowing filmmakers to paint the city in a worse light.

That’s exactly what happened when the creators of the final series of Peter James’ Grace shot some scenes in the city’s Black Rock district, with the end result portraying Brighton as a hidden gem, where every wall and building was plastered top to bottom with graffiti .

It must certainly have gotten a lot of people thinking about visiting Brighton and now, by making the city look like the crime capital of the south coast, this new program could do exactly the same.

Or doesn’t the City Council want people to come to Brighton if – heaven forbid – they travel by car rather than by train, bus, bike or walk?

Eric water

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https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20273382.does-council-want-scare-visitors-away-brighton-/?ref=rss “Will the Council evict visitors from Brighton?”

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