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Hello sky, hello sunshine, hello VBites, the vegan restaurant in Brighton opened last year by Heather Mills as part of her crusade to save the planet.Holy carrots, I think, perusing her unyielding menu of vegan burgers, non-dairy milk shakes boosted with pea protein, and cupcakes made with oil instead of butter. Say what you like about Heather, but there is no getting away from the fact that she is an amazing person. Like Heather, VBites is strictly vegan - which means no meat, no animal products and no animal by-products are used in the preparation of food.“For me it was just a goal against a team,” he said.“I don't take any enjoyment scoring against my ex-employers as I didn't when I scored against Brighton [for Palace] and it's just to be in the next round of the cup. I had a great time up there and both have been very successful periods for me.He told staff at the £59-a-night Preston Park Hotel he was heading to London, and is also claimed to have said to them: 'London isn't what it used to be.' Forensic officers combed his first-floor room for fingerprints and DNA, and used the hotel Wi Fi to try and establish which websites Masood had visited.Detectives also seized CCTV footage from the hotel where Masood spent two nights over the last week before committing Wednesday's atrocities.
'I don't know if the room he [Masood] stayed in [number 228] is closed.
I can't comment on that.'According to local reports, Brighton and Hove City Council planning officers had given their backing to close the hotel last year and convert it into flats.
Bosses claimed the 34-bedroom hotel was running up unsustainable annual losses in excess of £100,000 trying to compete with larger hotel chains.
“It was probably 15 seconds we were waiting,” he said. “It is one of those on the pitch you think it is a definite handball.
But when you look at it is it not as clearcut as that.