Amnesty International society ask ‘Is speech free at UoB?’

NUS National Executive Council condemn anti-Semitic and Islamophobic graffiti

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  • CAMPUS

    Amnesty International society ask ‘Is speech free at UoB?’

    An awareness campaign run by UoB's Amnesty International society encourages students to question rights to free speech at university

    Written by Lucie P. Norris on 5th March 2015

    CAMPUS

    NUS National Executive Council condemn anti-Semitic and Islamophobic graffiti

    The NUS National Executive Council condemn January's anti-Semitic and islamophobic attacks on campus.

    Written by Dean Eastmond on 5th March 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Students shout ‘shame on you’ at council leader during budget meeting

    A group of protesters, including students from the University of Birmingham, disrupted a Labour council meeting with shouts and heckling yesterday.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 4th March 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Gunmen of ‘drive-by gang shooting’ given 43 years

    A report of gunmen preparing a 'drive-by shooting' stopped any devastating consequence there could have been.

    Written by Lucie P. Norris on 2nd March 2015

    CAMPUS

    TEDx to return to UoB

    The University of Birmingham’s second annual TEDx event is on its way, and will see academics and thinkers from throughout the university give talks on their areas of research and interest.

    Written by Mason Cusack on 2nd March 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Improvements made to Birmingham City Council’s Child Protection Services

    Carys Bedford reports on Birmingham City Council's strive to improve their child protection services.

    Written by Carys Bedford on 2nd March 2015

    SELLY OAK

    Approved plans for 650 new homes in Selly Oak

    Plans to create over six hundreds new homes at the former Selly Oak hospital has been given approved.

    Written by Amal Bello Osagie on 1st March 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Conservatives propose to keep the Library of Birmingham open all week

    Birmingham's Conservatives say they would keep the Library of Birmingham open seven days a week in their alternative council budget.

    Written by Sophie Dober on 1st March 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Midlands cannabis network discovered: Nirmal and Darryl Saund found guilty

    Nirmal and Darryl Saund, an uncle and a nephew, are now behind bars after West Midlands Police discover their drug empire. 

    Written by Amal Bello Osagie on 1st March 2015

    LABOUR PARTY

    Labour pledges to reduce tuition fees for students

    Labour leader, Ed Miliband, has pledged to cut tuition fees in England from £9,000 to £6,000 from Autumn 2016, Duncan Kenyon reports.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 1st March 2015

    CONSERVATIVE PARTY

    Conservative campaign not targeting several Birmingham seats

    On 10th February, a leaked list of Conservative target seats revealed that the party's campaign headquarters will not be targeting several Birmingham seats.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 1st March 2015

    CAMPUS

    Referendum campaigns begin on campus

    Carys Bedford reports on the referendum campaigns #NoThanks #ChooseChange.

    Written by Carys Bedford on 1st March 2015
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