Professor Mike Weed argues that it is the battles voters pick, rather than their tribal allegiances, that will determine election 2019
Dr Alexander Kent, Reader in Cartography and Geographic Information Science, comments on Apple’s changing portrayal of Crimea.
As political parties on all sides debate the issues of immigration and the end of Free Movement as part of the Brexit-fuelled General Election, Dr Karen Thomas and Dr Julie Scott explore how robust evidence is increasingly vital to businesses lobbying for the conditions conducive to future growth.
As the country gets prepared to vote in the next general election, Dr Paul Anderson discusses the first local hustings event, hosted by the University.
Dr Harshad Keval explains how the recent withdrawal of the film Blue Story by some cinemas is representative of a larger and more complex issue.
Dr Emma Williams takes a look at how policing is portrayed in the media.
Professor David Bates and PhD student Tom Sharkey discuss political activism and how it can be a positive symbol of change.
Dr Stephen Scoffham explores how environmental issues could play a role in the December election.
Dr Kate Smith explains why the government’s new baseline assessment for children is unlikely to show us much about children’s progress as learners.
Joel Petch, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health and Clinical Science, discusses the potential of a new drug to assist in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.