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The Green Party are the future of progressive politics

The Green Party still plays a vital role for experimental, innovative left wing politics

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EU: Friend or Foe?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer condemns the EU “the enemy” as Manchester benefits from its kindness

35-ton-capacity Prototype cryostat for LBNF / DUNE, Anode Plane Assemblies - Construction of the DUNE 35-ton prototype detector.

The UK invests £65 million in particle physics

UK partners with US, committing a big investment for research of neutrinos

St. Paul's Cathedral, London: Photo - Jack Greeney

Five more UK destinations to visit this Easter

Continuing from last week’s article, Jack Greeney takes a look at five more great UK locations to visit over Easter break

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Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

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Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

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Government U-turn on deportation order

The Home Office has delayed the deportation of Shiromini Satkunarajah after hundreds of thousands signed the petition to prevent it

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Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

The Scottish government has questioned this expensive loophole. Photo: southpaw2305 @ Flickr

Brexit decisions will not affect funding for EU students in the UK

In spite of doubts cast by Brexit, EU students have been reassured by the British government that they will still be eligible for funding at UK Universities

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Festival Preview: Cambridge Folk Festival

As part of our Festival Preview season, we present an enchanting festival situated in one of Britain’s most famous cities

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Vice-Chancellors band together to block Brexit

University Vice-Chancellors from across the country profess their concern about leaving the EU

Migrants entering Germany in September 2015. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Migrants more of an “asset than liability” to schools

There is no damage to school grades because of increasing numbers of migrants, according to research by the OECD economic think tank