The historic Britannia Royal Albion Hotel in Brighton that is being used to house ILLEGAL MIGRANTS has been destroyed by a fire


It is believed to of started in a room on the fourth floor The 219-bedroom regency-style hotel was built in 1826. Part of the building was Grade II* listed by English Heritage Oscar Wilde was among notable guests to have passed through the doors of Brighton’s Royal Albion hotel, but much of its 200-year history has come to a tragic end Firefighters from multiple counties were drafted in to tackle a blaze that started on Saturday and continued yesterday, developing into a major emergency incident in a matter of hours Spectators stayed long after dark and were vocal in their distress as charred remains of the building collapsed into the road below It was not until Sunday morning, however, that the true extent of damage became clear Half of the hotel was completely destroyed. All that remained was the outer walls, a hollow shell of a once glorious hotel, cremated memories of years gone by

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