Ivory towers in Sussex

Parts of once-genteel Eastbourne have been taken over by north-western migrants working casually in hotels during the holiday season and drawing unemployment benefits for the remainder of the year. Streets off Seaside are virtual ‘no-go’ areas at night, as drug traffickers go about their sordid business, while many Eastbourne residents ...

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