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    Theresa May Questioned over Higher Education Policy

    Prime Minister Theresa May is facing scrutiny after failing to address a tuition fee questions during a speech on the campaign trail

    Written by Megan Stanley on 3rd May 2017


    UoB Liberal Democrat Chairman To Run In General Election

    James Cox, chair of the Liberal Democrat society at UoB, saw the general election announcement for the 8th June differently to most students. He saw it as an opportunity to run to be an MP

    Written by Grace Duncan on 29th April 2017


    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


    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


    Credit Transfer System and Accelerated Degrees Proposed By Government

    Two-year courses and credit transfers may soon become more popular

    Written by Josh Hamilton on 7th April 2017


    London Unites For Europe

    On Saturday, an estimated 100,000 people from across the UK gathered to ‘Unite for Europe’ and protest against Britain’s withdrawal from the EU

    Written by Gino Spocchia on 29th March 2017


    Birmingham Flat Raided in Relation to Westminster Attack

    At approximately 11pm on Wednesday 22nd March a flat on Hagley Road, Birmingham was raided in relation to the terror attack carried out in Westminster on the same day

    Written by Emily Youlton on 23rd March 2017


    EU Workers Must Stay, Oxford Heads Warn May

    Thirty-five Oxford college heads have appealed to the Prime Minister, Theresa May, for the guaranteed security of EU workers, in the wake of Britain’s exit from the European Union

    Written by Josh Hamilton on 22nd March 2017


    Higher Education Bill Amended by Lords

    A number of important amendments to the Higher Education Bill are being made by the House of Lords

    Written by Emily Darby on 22nd March 2017


    Spring Budget Promises to Invest in Young People

    John Wimperis reports on the Chancellor's promises to young people in the spring budget which overlooked the majority of undergraduates

    Written by John Wimperis on 22nd March 2017


    Israel Apartheid Week Events Cancelled At UK Universities

    During Israel Apartheid Week, 27th February to 3rd March, two UK universities came under fire for cancelling events intended to raise awareness of the ongoing conflict

    Written by Emily Darby on 18th March 2017


    UoB Chancellor Expresses Brexit Concerns

    Chancellor of the University of Birmingham Lord Bilimoria has warned that Britain stands to lose out, when it comes to attracting international students, in the wake of the Brexit vote

    Written by Zoe Olukoga on 18th March 2017
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