Dr Sarah Lieberman offers her first thoughts on the breaking news about the 2023 English Local Elections.
Yes, it is political: looking at our children’s mental health.
Joel Petch, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health and Clinical Science, discusses the dramatic rise of food banks in the UK and why we should take a closer look at how this is affecting our children’s mental health.
Election 2019: All to Play For? Two Tribes Pick Their Battles
Professor Mike Weed argues that it is the battles voters pick, rather than their tribal allegiances, that will determine election 2019
End of free movement: a perfect storm?
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.
Canterbury – a seat where it’s all to play for?
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.
Boris Johnson’s first week as Prime Minister
Dr Sarah Lieberman discusses Boris Johnson’s first week as Prime Minister.
Parliament: the first day back
Dr Sarah Lieberman discusses the latest political developments as MPs return to the House of Commons from summer recess.
Election 2017: Manifestos and manifestations of childhood
Dr Catherine Meehan and Professor Sacha Powell review the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties’ manifestos in relation to children, arguing they should be perceived by their contribution to society.