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Jofra Archer's mother and stepfather speak of pride over their son helping England to victory.
Sussex Chris Jordan admits that he felt emotional watching his Sussex and England team-mate Jofra Archer keep his nerve under pressure in last night's electrifying Lord's finale.
Jordan was the man who discovered his fellow Bajan back home in their native Barbados, before helping him to bring him to Sussex in 2016.
“I was sat there thinking regardless of what happens, I’m still very proud of him to have even got to this stage on that journey," Jordan told BBC Sussex.
“Watching Jof go through all that brought so many emotions. I found it hard to get my words out but it brought a tear to my eyes."
As to whether Lord's Archer would be the man for the job in what proved to be a Champagne Super Over, Jordan added: "He was the best person in that team to do the job.
"I'm not at all surprised. I called it from the start. He has plenty of variations and was the most fitting person for that final over. No occasion is too big for him.”
BBC Live reporter
Brighton and Hove City Council says it’s calling in an independent investigator, after a wildcat strike by refuse collectors.
The authority confirmed that unofficial strike action took place at the Cityclean depot, following a number of “allegations and counter allegations about members of staff”.
Some of the staff involved have been asked to work away from the depot, which the council said was to ensure disciplinary and grievance procedures are carried out fairly.
The city’s bin collections were hit by a series of strikes by GMB workers from 2014, in a long-running dispute over pay.
The GMB's Brighton branch said it was told of the walkout by the council on Friday morning, but was not officially involved.
We’re not clear about why the unofficial action took place today but we’re talking with everyone involved and we’re determined to work with the GMB and ACAS to resolve this and agree future ways of working together."
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Police in Crawley want to talk this woman, seen with her Chihuahua dog, over racial abuse directed at another dog walker in a Crawley park.
The victim of the abuse, a local woman, was walking her own dog in Tilgate Park when the Chihuahua came up to them.
The Chihuahua owner then approached and kicked the victim's dog hard across the grass several times.
When the local woman remonstrated with her for this cruelty, the woman pictured reportedly racially abused her.
The woman pictured, who police want to talk to is described as white, about 19 years old, 5'8", with long "whitish" hair, and of medium build, wearing tight blue tie-dye jeans, a khaki bomber jacket with two orange stripes on the cuff, black trainers, and an ankle bracelet and a ring on the middle finger.
Another woman who was with her during the incident at 16:00 on Wednesday 19 June, is described as white, about 19, 5'9", with long black or very dark brown hair, and of heavy build, wearing black trainers, black leggings, and a high waist beige off the shoulder jumper.
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Sussex Police have confirmed the body of a woman found at the foot of Beachy Head, near Eastbourne, on 1 June was that of a human rights lawyer from Hove.
Simone Burns, 50, had just served less than two months of a six month prison sentence for being drunk on a plane and assaulting cabin crew.
The abuse on the flight from Mumbai to London last year was filmed and the footage went viral.
Officers said her death was not being treated as suspicious and the matter had been passed to the East Sussex Coroner’s office.
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Train services through Haywards Heath are being disrupted this morning because of flooding.
Passengers have been warned Southern services between London Victoria and Brighton, Ore, Eastbourne and Littlehampton, and Thameslink services between Bedford and Brighton may be cancelled or delayed.
Gatwick Express services between London Victoria and Brighton are also being affected.
A Southern spokesman said there is no direct service between Three Bridges and both Brighton and Lewes.
"Staff have requested rail replacement buses to be based at key locations; however, suppliers are having difficulty in sourcing these.
"We anticipate buses to arrive on site from after 08:00, whereby additional information will be provided."
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Local Democracy Reporter
A review of sports centres in Brighton and Hove will include four outdoor paddling pools.
All seven sports centres and the paddling pools are run by Freedom Leisure, a not-for-profit leisure trust, on behalf of Brighton and Hove City Council.
The 10-year contract expires at the end of March 2021 although it could be extended for five years.
The review will inform decisions about where money is spent on upgrades and makeovers – and how much – in the coming years.
A report to the council’s tourism, development and culture committee said: “Freedom Leisure have not been able to achieve their predicted financial targets during the course of the current contract.
“Consequently it is likely there would be a financial pressure on the council if the existing arrangements were continued.”
Decisions about what happens next are unlikely to be made until the review has been completed.
Local Democracy Reporter
Builders and developers are being urged to use bee bricks in any new buildings in Brighton and Hove from September.
Bee bricks give solitary bees such as the non-aggressive red mason and leaf cutters a place to lay their eggs, councillors were told.
Once the bees have found a place to lay their eggs, they seal the entrance with mud and chewed-up vegetation, with the offspring emerging the following spring when the cycle starts again.
The change won unanimous cross-party backing at a meeting of Brighton and Hove City Council tourism, development and culture committee on Thursday.
The committee was told that a planning condition requiring bee bricks in all suitable properties could be in place by the start of September.
The committee also received an update on a proposed change to planning policy to encourage developers to include swift boxes in their schemes to protect the endangered birds.
Research is under way and a further report is expected when the committee next meets in September.
Local Democracy Reporter
The restoration of historic arches on Brighton seafront is a step closer after a £550,000 payment was approved to cover initial work.
Brighton and Hove City Council agreed to fund design and engineering work for 30 Victorian arches in the Madeira Terraces.
A total of £2m of council money has been earmarked for the project.
A "save Madeira Terraces" crowdfunding campaign raised more than £400,000, but the Heritage Lottery Fund rejected a funding bid in 2018.