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Brazilian elections: Aftershocks of a populist regime

What a relief! Jair Bolsonaro is gone, but what will this populist’s legacy mean for the world? Last Sunday we saw the de-election of a controversial far-right president. This time, newspapers worldwide were not celebrating Donald Trump’s election defeat, but his uncannily similar Brazilian counterpart. Jair Messias Bolsenaro swept into power in 2019 following a […]

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University of Edinburgh ranks 61st of 80 in controversial mental health league table

The University of Edinburgh has been ranked 61st in a league table that compares UK universities’ mental health services. The table has been compiled by the mental health charity HUMEN and reflects the opinion of over 7200 students across the nation. However, Student Minds, a UK charity which aims to improve the mental health of […]