As the EU Withdrawal Bill once again comes under the scrutiny of Parliament, Professor Amelia Hadfield looks at the power play between the regions and Westminster.
Dr Claire E. Hughes, Principal Lecturer and Faculty Director of Special Education Needs and Inclusion, explains why autism should be celebrated and appreciated, not cured.
Dr Jonathan Barnes and Alex Ntung explore how activities such as dance, drama and art can help migrant children regain confidence and trust and lead to successful integration.
With the recent renewal of Cold-War-era tensions, Dr Alexander Kent reflects on the parallels that are being drawn with the past.
Dr Katie Dray discuss the lack of women in coaching on International Women’s Day.
Dr Sara Wolfson looks at the forgotten influence three women had upon King Charles I and his art collection, which is currently being exhibited at in Royal Academy London.
Dr Ping Zheng discusses new machine technology developed by the Home Office and an artificial intelligence firm to fight ISIS propaganda online.
Professor Amelia Hadfield welcomes Sam Gyimah, MP, Minister for Higher Education, to the University and starts the ball rolling with a few questions.
Dr Leonardo J Raznovich explains why the decision by the UK government not to block a Bill by Bermuda to repeal same-sex marriage is a disregard for the Rule of Law and makes them complicit in breach of LGBTI rights.
Dr Martin Watts explains how recent questions about the future of the Royal Marines as part of the UK’s Defence strategy is nothing new.