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Burma: Hague puts hand up to Junta

Foreign Secretary William Hague has given his unequivocal support to Amnesty International’s campaign to free the 2,200 political prisoners in…
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Tory opinion piece

Over the last 13 years of Labour we have seen the largest neglect of higher education of any government in…
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Cutting edge Science Symposium at the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

The sixth science symposium of the Graduate School of the Environment at CAT will take place this weekend, the event…
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Students opt for quality of life over nightlife when choosing University

As students start making their way back for the start of the new term, a new survey published today reveals…
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A United Left

With the TUC conference taking place this week Robert Gant takes a look at the rhetoric coming from different sections…
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Paris – Cool Culture & Cuisine

When you think of Paris, I imagine you think of romantic walks on the Seine or freezing your ‘proverbials’ off…
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Is Islam being demonised unfairly?

Whilst examining critically how and why the image of Islam has changed in Britain since events such as September 11th…
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