Former paratrooper's photo book on illegal Brighton raves

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A former paratrooper who became a photographer after serving in Northern Ireland has released a book on illegal raves in Brighton.

Stuart Griffiths, from Hastings, joined the Army at 16 and became interested in photography.

After leaving, he captured the hedonistic and drug-filled world of illegal raves and dance parties in Brighton in the early 1990s.

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