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David Lammy: 'Students done over by government'

David Lammy MP is calling for more support for students by the government. go to Article >

6 People Who Got A Peerage Even Though There Isn't Room For Dr John Sentamu

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The former Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, has been refused an automatic life peerage by Downing Street, it has emerged. The 71-year-old was expected to receive a permanent seat that would be enable him to continue sitting in the House of... read more

14 years after he invested $2,000 of bar mitzvah money into Campus Apartments, he became the company's CEO. Here's how he went on to build it into...

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“Bounce back greener”, the “green recovery”, a government that will “lead that green industrial revolution”.  Boris Johnson’s verdant rhetoric in recent weeks – particularly in the wake of Covid-19 – certainly paints a picture of better days to... read more

Liberal battle to prevent disclosure of more WE documents relies on pots of coffee and irrelevant speeches

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OTTAWA — Liberal MPs on two parliamentary committees spent the day on Thursday perched in front of their computer screens, using every tactic available to drag out the virtual proceedings and... read more

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"Trial of the Chicago 7" Is a Cautionary Tale for the "Radical Left"

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Cynical reflections ahead of the next public sector strike

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After the non-starter that was 28 March, it now looks like we will see two big strikes in the next two months. The teachers unions NUT and NASUWT have started the ball rolling for an as-yet-unspecified date in June, whilst more immediately a... read more

'They Care More About The Money Than Us': Students Lash Out Government For 'Neglecting' Them

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Students have warned of widespread mental health issues amid fears they will be asked to stay at university over the Christmas break. With the vast majority of lectures moved online, strict rules around socialising and reports of outbreaks in... read more

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