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Arguing against the government’s new anti-obesity campaign

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Amy Harris outlines her criticism of the government's new anti-obesity initiative ...

“Art can help someone with trauma”: interview with Disabled Artist

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Joe Molander talks to the person behind the abstract geometric works gaining traction on Instagram ...

Comedy in crisis: Will the government Save Live Comedy?

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Forced to close, with no way to reopen, and no government bailout, Grace Piercy looks at the campaign to Save Live Comedy....

Easing lockdown: how how will the public respond?

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Boris Johnson announced this week that we are leaving national hibernation. However, thousands of people have taken his words too literally and are ‘’taking too many...

‘Either late, or just plain wrong’: The Government Response to COVID-19

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The UK Government’s response to Coronavirus is rather like a night out in Soho. Absurdly late, full of embarrassing stumbles, and causing long-lasting damage. Unfortunately, the...

14-day quarantine for travellers – unfortunate but necessary

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News Editor Aimee Seddon explains why the controversial 14-day quarantine is needed....

What does the government’s new coronavirus slogan actually mean?

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Seven weeks into lockdown, just as the nation was acclimatising, Boris Johnson skyrocketed the turbulence among society and the media. The nation’s slogan evaporated, as Boris...

Government refuses multi-billion pound bailout for universities

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The UK government has reiterated their commitment to “ensuring our world-class HE system delivers for all students and the wider economy” in their Government Support Package....

Wetherspoons announce plans to reopen next month

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The seventeenth good news story gives hope of the loved student pub opening next month....

The Swedish response: method in madness?

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Ella McCaffrey on Sweden's novel approach to the coronavirus, and what we can learn from it...