Tag Archives: David Cameron

One minute’s silence for Paris attack victims to be held on campus


A one minute’s silence will be held this morning at 11am , on the university campus to help remember the victims of Friday’s Paris attacks.

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Opinion: Devolution is best for Britain

Photo of Cameron and Salmond

The Scottish Independence Referendum has sent shockwaves around the rest of the United Kingdom and has opened up a whole new debate about a UK-wide devolution settlement, writes Kamran Hussain

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Qatar 2022: Sweltering heat, teetotalism and anti-gays?

Heads were scratched when Qatar were awarded the 2022 World Cup on Thursday. What are the issues surrounding the bid and have FIFA brushed over important issues in the Arab state?

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Old school Johnson ready to scrap with Osborne?

Shadow chancellor Alan Johnson has the emotional connection with the working-class family but does he have the strong credentials to talk down slippery George Osborne at the dispatch box? Photo: Downing Street

Alan Johnson, the brazen-faced man who bears the scars of hard knocks, is now shadow chancellor. But is he ready to tackle the Coalition’s cuts?

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Rage against the government, not the machine

Now that voting is associated more with X Factor than democracy, Jonathan Cresswell considers what would happen if reality TV infected politics.

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Jane Fuller on the recession

“Some people did predict the recession and they were ignored.” The Linc spoke to top financial analyst Jane Fuller about the recession and how will it affect students.

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