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In Conversation With the Winners of the 2023 Women in Innovation Awards

On Wednesday, 8 March, Innovate UK announced the winners of its annual ‘Women in Innovation’ award. Now in its sixth year, the initiative recognises outstanding contributions made by leading female…

When will Universities do the right thing and compensate their students?

In the coming weeks and months, University lecturers up and down the country are striking. Once again, students will be the ones that suffer. Over the past year, emails from…

Putin’s ‘peace’ demands

This article was originally submitted on the 30th March Last week, Russian officials announced that the fourth round of peace negotiations with Ukraine had failed to produce any agreement between…

The Accidental Re-birth of the Western Alliance

This article was originally uploaded on the 19th March There are many things Putin probably didn’t anticipate when he mounted his full-scale invasion of Ukraine last month. One of these…

Multimedia Journalism and Print’s Demise

Concern about the future of print journalism is not a recent phenomenon. Its impending demise has been lamented since the onset of the television age in the 1950s. Nonetheless, the…

The Conservative Party and the Politics of Pandemic Recovery

One could be forgiven for missing the announcement last week of the government’s decision to go ahead with the proposed 1.25% increase in National Insurance – a tax on earnings…

National Union of Students call on students to take strike action

The National Union of Students (NUS) have encouraged students across the UK to take part in a ‘Walk Out / Teach In’ strike on March 2nd. The aim of the…

Is the party over for Boris Johnson?

Boris Johnson could be forgiven for hoping that the new year might bring with it some better luck for his chaotic government. Towards the end of 2021, he found himself…