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Court strikes down Rwanda plan

The UK government’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda has been deemed unlawful by the Court of Appeal. Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett declared that Rwanda was not a…

In memory of Brenda Howard – an “in-your-face activist”

28 June is the 54th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, which were a series of protests that took place in New York and served as a catalyst for the gay…

The Duke’s Theatre Company: Twelfth Night

Picture this. It’s the end of a gloriously warm summer’s day. You are sipping wine and enjoying a picnic of sandwiches and strawberries as the sun starts to sink. You’re…

Family, friends and community mourn loss of Glasgow student

Family, friends and members of the public have paid tribute to Strathclyde University student Suleman Dawood, age 19, who lost his life on the Titan submarine. The first-year Business student…

Authorities believe Glasgow student killed in submarine disaster

Strathclyde University student Suleman Dawood, age 19, is believed to have been killed aboard the lost submarine Titan. On Thursday evening, the United States Coast Guard said a remotely operated…

Harry Potter and the One Ring to Rule Them All

Picture the scene. A young man is sent out on a journey by an old, wise wizard with a long white beard and a tall hat. This youngster has been…

Book Review: Bluebeard’s Castle by Anna Biller

As the title suggests, film director Anna Biller’s debut novel Bluebeard’s Castle is a new take on the Bluebeard story. It follows novelist Judith de Courtenay as she is swept…

Two University of Nottingham students killed in today’s attack

Two students at the University of Nottingham were killed in the attack today in the city’s centre. In a public statement this afternoon, the university said: “It is with great…