IN BRIEF: Lynam and Cook among supporters

Television presenter Des Lynam and disc jockey Norman Cook, alias Fatboy Slim, were among fans of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club who delivered letters of support for the club's new stadium plans to 10 Downing Street this week. The second division outfit currently plays at a temporary ground, the Withdean Stadium, which holds only 7,000 spectators. Proposals for 22,000-seat ground at Falmer have been the subject of a public inquiry and are due to be ruled on by deputy prime minister John Prescott in the new year.

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