Monthly Archives: May 2017
Students all across the UK are being invited to take part in The Movember Foundation’s Student Ambassador programme, after applications for the scheme opened recently.
Over the last few months a number of incidents have happened involving the Students’ Union which amounted to accusations of censorship of free speech.
In an National Union of Students poll of nearly 2,000 further and higher education students, only 12% agree that politicians value young people’s views – it has been announced.
Lincoln firefighters have rescued an adult and child stuck in a lift on the High Street level crossing this afternoon.
A student has been left with a broken jaw after being dragged onto the ground by two men in a street attack in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Guest columnist and Senior Lecturer of English Dr Owen Clayton gives his spin on young people voting and media bias in the run up to the 2017 general election.
Lincoln County Hospital, Pilgrim Hospital and Grantham Hospital have all been affected by today’s cyber-attack on the NHS, it has been announced.
One in three young people are currently using a mobile phone with a cracked screen, according to research from the insurance company Endsleigh.
The full list of candidates standing for the Lincoln constituency in the snap general election on June 8 has been revealed.
Karl McCartney is among a number of Conservatives who were cleared of electoral fraud this morning by the Crown Prosecution Service.