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Enterprise Named Top UK Employer

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has been ranked as one of the top 10 U.K. employers on the Social Mobility Employer Index 2018. This is the second consecutive year that Enterprise has placed among the top 10 on...

Universities Act to close the BAME student attainment gap

Led by Baroness Valerie Amos, Director of SOAS, and Amatey Doku, Vice President for Higher Education at the NUS, UUK and the NUS have been working with universities and students since June 2018 to...

British Transport Police

“If you want something, you can achieve it – all you need is hard work and a strong desire to succeed.” – Insp Marvin Bruno Inspector Marvin Bruno, British Transport Police   Tell us a bit about...

UK will struggle to maintain influence at the UN without overseas aid commitment

The UK needs to demonstrate its added value to the United Nations and adopt a principled and values-driven foreign policy if it is to maintain its current influence after it leaves the EU, according...

Sainsbury’s gets most Twitter complaints about plastics

SAINSBURY’S received more plastics complaints on Twitter than any of the top four supermarkets last year, Greenpeace analysis shows today. This morning Greenpeace activists visited Sainsbury’s central London HQ to deliver 4,724 Twitter complaints, as...

Anti-abortion group launches legal action against the University of Aberdeen and student association

An anti-abortion group has launched legal action against the University of Aberdeen and its student association for alleged "unlawful discrimination". Aberdeen Life Ethics Society (Ales) claims a students' association policy of "deplatforming pro-life student societies"...
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UK Human Rights Act is at risk of repeal – here’s why it should...

This article by Stephen Clear, Lecturer in Constitutional and Administrative Law, and Public Procurement, at the Law School is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article. There have long been attempts to “scrap” the...

Thousands of students are being misled by statistically unreliable and untrustworthy university rankings system

The Royal Statistical Society (RSS) believes that one of the UK's most important university ranking systems, the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), is not meeting the standards of trustworthiness, quality and value that the public...

Transport Incident at Brighton train station at the end of evening, Saturday 4th August

Photographer Paul Adams At the conclusion to the Saturday Brighton & Hove Pride Festival there was a successful and safe egress from the Park in less than 30 minutes. However, on one of the hottest Saturdays...

Kingston University politics expert says Labour splitters have made Brexit even more complicated –...

Seven Labour MPs have resigned over Jeremy Corbyn's approach to Brexit and concerns around anti-semitism – but does this help or hinder their hopes of securing a second referendum? Dr Robin Pettit, senior lecturer in...
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