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    Queen Opens New Birmingham Dental Hospital

    Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visited Birmingham on 19th November to officially reopen New Street Station and the new Dental Hospital.

    Written by James Moore on 23rd November 2015


    Thousands of Students March Against Maintenance Grant Cuts

    Students from across the UK came together on Wednesday for The National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts: Free Education and Living Grants protest in London.

    Written by Redbrick on 6th November 2015


    Tax Credit Changes – What Now?

    On October 26th, four motions were proposed to the peers in the House of Lords concerning the cuts to tax credits.

    Written by Beriwan Ceren on 6th November 2015


    Birmingham snubbed as Chinese President visits the UK

    From October 20th to October 23rd, the President of The People’s Republic of China, Mr Xi Jinping, visited the UK on an official State visit.

    Written by James Moore on 27th October 2015


    Library Fines: Which Universities Make the Most Money?

    Redbrick compared twelve university libraries to find out which are the top earners from late penalties.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 13th October 2015


    Corbyn reveals ‘inclusive’ shadow cabinet

    Jeremy Corbyn has announced the members of his shadow cabinet after being named the new leader of the Labour party this weekend.

    Written by Ian Rogers on 15th September 2015


    Qur’an ‘close to Muhammad’s lifetime’ discovered at UoB

    A manuscript copy of the Qur'an has been dated 'to less than two decades after Muhammad's death.'

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 23rd July 2015


    Exclusive: Interview with new NUS President

    Megan Dunn, the newly-elected President of the National Union of Students (NUS), has plans for free education, ethnic minority students and the cost of living.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 6th May 2015


    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


    UCAS now open to European universities

    Prospective students in Britain will soon be able to apply to universities in Europe through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 19th February 2015


    Tougher rape guidelines introduced

    In a bid to reduce inconsistencies with rape prosecutions, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) have introduced and issued new guidance to all police forces and prosecutors requiring suspects of date rape to prove that sex had been consented to. Farah Sheraz reports.

    Written by Redbrick on 5th February 2015


    Vice-Chancellor condemns Labour plans to lower tuition fees

    Sir David Eastwood, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham, has signed an open letter condemning proposed lowering of tuition fees.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 3rd February 2015
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