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Tuesday, 25 February

10 ways modern football has changed the beautiful game

With last week’s all too unsurprising news that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney had put pen-to-paper ...

Friday, 29 November

MATCH PREVIEW: AFC Bournemouth Vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Saturday’s (30th) early Championship kick off sees AFC Bournemouth entertain Brighton and Hove Albion in front of ...

Saturday, 9 November

MATCH PREVIEW: Brighton & Hove Albion Vs Blackburn Rovers

A look ahead to the Seagull’s clash with Blackburn this Saturday (9th) sees more bad news for Oscar Garcia as his ...

Friday, 1 November

The world according to NUS President Toni Pearce

Six months ago, Toni Pearce made headlines when she was voted in as the first National Union of Students president ...

Friday, 4 October

NUS voices concern over cost of student living

NUS president Toni Pearce says that student finance is not keeping up with the rising cost of student living and ...

Wednesday, 2 October

Boris Johnson left blundering on political ambitions by radio caller

Boris Johnson has been forced into telling the ‘honest truth’ about his career plans by ‘Tony in ...

Friday, 27 September

University of St. Andrews votes not to ban ‘Blurred Lines’ despite pressure

The student council of the University of St. Andrews have voted in favour of not banning Robin Thicke’s ...

Thursday, 26 September

Debate at Edinburgh Universty cancelled over golliwog doll fury

A debate at Edinburgh University on whether political correctness has gone too far has had to be cancelled after ...

Wednesday, 25 September

Ed Miliband: 16 and 17 year-olds deserve the vote

Ed Miliband has told the Labour Party that he’ll lower the voting age to 16 if Labour wins the 2015 general ...

Tuesday, 17 September

Worker receives online support after refusing to serve Tommy Robinson

People have taken to social media in droves to show their support for an unidentified Selfridges staff member who ...

Monday, 16 September

Vince Cable: “You wouldn’t believe us if we pledged to scrap tuition fees”

The only time it seems you can trust a politician is when they promise not to do something good and Vince Cable ...

Friday, 13 September

College reverses niqab ban following student uproar

Birmingham Metropolitan College has made a sharp U-turn on its decision to ban Muslim students from wearing ...