Paul Anderson looks at the Spanish Government’s reaction to Catalan’s decision to hold a referendum on independence.
Professor Trevor Cooling looks at today’s report on RE in schools by the Commission on Religious Education and asks: is it a game changer?
Kerry Jordan-Daus and William Stow from the Faculty of Education offer a solution to the current crisis of teacher recruitment and retention.
Professor Berry Billingsley explores what we have learnt from the latest space mission.
Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at the topics covered by Canterbury MP Rosie Duffield in her maiden speech in Parliament.
Jim Butcher explores the legacy of Jack Kerouac’s iconic novel On The Road 60 years after publication.
Max Stafford explains why Sadiq Khan’s decision to scrap the controversial Garden Bridge project is more than cheap political point-scoring.
Dr Elaine Brown argues that attacks by right wing extremists should be labelled as acts of terror.
Dr Ken Fox, Principal Lecturer in the School of Media, Art and Design, comments on the Ofcom Communications Market Report 2017 released today.
Dr Philipp Köker explains that the President’s veto is unlikely to stop the deterioration of Poland’s democracy.