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UoB Professor Denied Entry to Israel

UoB Student Killed in Jerusalem Tram Attack

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  • GUILD OF STUDENTS

    NUS Conference: Guild Submits 4 Motions

    Joseph Timan reports on some of the motions to be voted on at the NUS Conference, four of which have been submitted by the Guild of Students

    Written by Joseph Timan on 25th April 2017

    NUS

    UoB’s Izzy Lenga Goes for NUS VP Welfare

    News Editor Joseph Timan speaks to former Guild Officer Izzy Lenga ahead of her bid to be elected NUS VP for Welfare at national conference next week

    Written by Joseph Timan on 22nd April 2017

    LABOUR PARTY

    Edgbaston MP Gisela Stuart Stands Down

    Gisela Stuart, Edgbaston MP, has revealed that she will not be running for re-election in the upcoming snap election in June

    Written by Grace Duncan on 21st April 2017

    NEWS

    New Study Finds ‘Left Wing Bias’ Within Academic Institutions

    News' Tobias Sales reports on a study suggesting that a 'left-wing bias' in academic institutions could be harmful

    Written by Tobias Sales on 20th April 2017

    FEATURED

    News Analysis: PM Calls Snap General Election

    Going against expectations, and her own previously-stated intentions, Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap General Election on Tuesday morning to take place on the 8th June

    Written by John Wimperis on 18th April 2017

    BIRMINGHAM

    UoB Professor Denied Entry to Israel

    Professor Kamel Hawwash, from University of Birmingham’s Department of Civil Engineering, was recently deported from Israel, preventing him from visiting relatives during the Easter holiday

    Written by Joseph Timan on 16th April 2017

    SLIDER (NEWS)

    UoB Student Killed in Jerusalem Tram Attack

    Hannah Bladon, a University of Birmingham (UoB) student on exchange in Israel, was murdered on Friday in an attack in Jerusalem

    Written by Joseph Timan on 14th April 2017

    FEATURED

    French Presidential Election: Youth Leaders Defy Polls in Their Support

    Youth leaders for the two major French parties expressed high hopes for their candidates, but the polls predict that neither will win as far-right Le Pen and centrist Macron lead the race

    Written by Tom Shacklock on 14th April 2017

    NEWS

    Secondary School Teachers Have an Impact on Further and Higher Education Applications

    Over 4000 students from over 600 schools across England completed a detailed questionnaire every year between 2003 and 2010 for the study

    Written by Megan Stanley on 13th April 2017

    NEWS

    Birmingham School Budgets to Be Cut by £20 Million

    It has recently been reported that budget cuts to Birmingham schools could get worse

    Written by Megan Stanley on 13th April 2017

    BIRMINGHAM

    Metro Mayor Candidate Breakdown

    Grace Duncan and Lily Wilde analyse the mayoral candidates from the 5 major parties in Birmingham to help you decide who should get your vote

    Written by Grace Duncan & Lily Wilde on 12th April 2017

    SELLY OAK

    Burst Water Main Closes Selly Oak’s Bristol Road

    With traffic delays and low water pressure affecting residents and businesses in the area, Erin Santillo reports on the initial responses to the major leak

    Written by Erin Santillo on 11th April 2017
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