Britain is at the forefront of a “technology revolution” – Phillip Hammond’s budget looks to match European partners

Mathematic’s and Technology are clearly the priorities of Phillip Hammond’s 2017 budget as he begins to make Britain a lead force in the technological age. Hammond’s vision for a science and technology-based future has promised a £600 boost to schools and colleges for every extra sixth-former who takes A-level or core maths; more than £80million will be […]


Sexual Violence Report falls short

A report investigating sexual violence and harassment in UK universities has been criticised for failing fully to address the problem. An inquiry began last year due to growing alarm about harassment, sexual violence and hate crime on university campuses, and concerns about the way in which some institutions dealt with the problem. ‘Institution-wide violence against […]


Student boxes for breast cancer

University of Gloucestershire student Victoria Baskett is taking part in a novice boxing match in efforts to raise money and awareness for Cancer Research UK. After losing her grandmother to cancer recently, Victoria wanted to do something for charity. She has already participated in many charity events for including Swim for Macmillan earlier this year. The match […]