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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, 9 September

Northampton University fights back against payday lenders

Northampton University has announced the formation of The Changemaker Credit Union in response to payday lenders ...

Friday, 6 September

Graduate made to dance to Daft Punk at job interview

Performing in a dance-off wouldn’t be the first thing that you expect to face on the job hunt after ...

Thursday, 5 September

Student rent prices show clear north vs south divide

The cost of student rent continues to soar in the south but stays the same or drops in the north, based on student ...

Thursday, 5 September

EXPOSED: Universities are twice as likely to use zero-hours contracts

Freedom of Information requests have revealed that universities and colleges are more than twice as likely to ...

Thursday, 29 August

BANNED: Essex students want Starbucks off campus

Students at the University of Essex are locked in an intense online battle to decide whether or not global ...

Wednesday, 28 August

Jamie Oliver: Young should work “80-100 hour” weeks

Celebrity chef turned wannabe-political activist Jamie Oliver has weighed in on public issues again, backing the ...

Friday, 23 August

Students create drink to finally cure ‘kebab breath’

There’s every chance that at least once this coming Freshers’ Week, you’re going to indulge in a ...

Thursday, 22 August

Government to introduce “code of practice” on zero-hours contracts

Business Secretary Vince Cable has put the wheels in motion for research into the controversy surrounding ...

Monday, 12 August

Asda to award retail degrees to staff members

When the government spoke out in support of private companies providing higher education qualifications last week, ...

Thursday, 8 August

Google’s UK music streaming service undercuts Spotify

Spotify look like they’ve finally got a battle on their hands. Google Play Music All Access has launched in ...

Thursday, 8 August

Profit-making universities are welcome, minister says

The Government is ready to welcome a growth in the number of privately-owned UK universities operating for profit ...