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Politics - 02.07.2020
Analysis: Vladimir Putin secures constitutional changes allowing him to rule until 2036
With allegations of ballot stuffing and vote fraud, Dr Ben Noble (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies) explains what the nationwide vote means, now that Russian president Vladimir Putin can legally run for re-election in 2024 and potentially remain in power until 2036.

Health - Politics - 27.06.2020
Neil Ferguson on scientific advice, lockdown and countering new outbreaks
The UK may need "targeted" interventions to suppress coronavirus flare-ups as lockdown eases, says the head of Imperial's COVID-19 Response Team.

Politics - 15.06.2020
Blame for Parliament over Brexit left scars on British politics
The arguments over parliament's role in Brexit left "scars on our politics", at a time when public trust in our core democratic institutions is more crucial than ever in responding to the Covid-19 crisis, says a UCL and UK in a Changing Europe analysis.

Health - Politics - 22.05.2020
Opinion: How politicians talk about coronavirus in Germany, where war metaphors are avoided
Writing for The Conversation, Dr Dagmar Paulus (UCL SELCS) explains how German politicians are avoiding using war metaphors when discussing the Covid-19 virus.

Linguistics / Literature - Politics - 08.04.2020
Marvell-ous discovery solves 400-year-old mystery surrounding poet Andrew Marvell's double life as a Dutch spy
Marvell-ous discovery solves 400-year-old mystery surrounding poet Andrew Marvell’s double life as a Dutch spy
Andrew Marvell's poetry is best known for discouraging the crime of coyness in courtship, but new research led by the University of Bristol has uncovered compelling evidence that the famous poet, cel

Health - Politics - 27.03.2020
Opinion: Coronavirus derails Russia’s constitutional reform vote
Vladimir Putin has postponed the public vote on constitutional reform amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Politics - 19.03.2020
Opinion: The French are finally observing lockdown advice - but is it too late?
After initially ignoring the national lockdown, people are now heeding the president's guidance in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, writes Professor Philippe Marliere (UCL School of European Languages, Culture & Society).

Politics - 07.02.2020
Opinion: Grassroots members should not choose party leaders
With the race for the Labour Party leadership continuing Professor Meg Russell (UCL Political Science) argues that the wider membership of political parties should not necessarily choose the leader.

Politics - Law - 30.01.2020
Opinion: Myanmar ruling sets important precedent for genocide prevention
The ruling by the International Court of Justice that the Rohingya minority in Myanmar remains at serious risk of genocide sets an important precedent and could help prevent genocide in the future, argues Dr Julie Norman (UCL Political Science).

Politics - 18.12.2019

Politics - 06.12.2019
Oxford interviews explained
Oxford interviews explained
Over the next two weeks Oxford will welcome thousands of prospective undergraduate students as they take part in the University's annual admissions interviews.

Politics - Environment - 29.10.2019
Opinion: Greta Thunberg highlights the problematic way both the right and left view child activists
Dr Diana Georgescu, Lecturer at UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, writes that Greta Thunberg divides opinion due to deep-seated beliefs that childhood is an age of innocence and being dependent on adults.

Politics - 18.10.2019
Offers alternative interpretation of iconic Rainbow Portrait & challenges myths of Elizabethan England
New book offers alternative interpretation of iconic Rainbow Portrait & challenges myths of Elizabethan England A new book by a Professor at the University of Sussex offers a new interpretation o

Politics - Linguistics / Literature - 02.09.2019
A new home for the archive of ’Radical Jack’
A political firebrand, a radical reformist and a leading society figure - the life and times of John George Lambton, first Earl of Durham, were truly captivating.

Politics - 26.06.2019

Politics - Social Sciences - 20.05.2019
Female ex-combatants need help to improve post-conflict lives - study
Female ex-combatants need more help to integrate into society when conflicts end or they will continue to face major barriers in living ‘normal' lives, according to research carried out in Guatemala.

Politics - 09.03.2019
1989: The year Margaret Thatcher's apparent mastery slipped away
1989: The year Margaret Thatcher’s apparent mastery slipped away
Forty thousand pages of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's personal and political papers from 1989 are being opened to the public at the Churchill Archives Centre and online at the website of the Margaret Thatcher Foundation.

Politics - Life Sciences - 31.01.2019
Elevate research above Brexit impasse, urge Imperial and TUM Presidents
Elevate research above Brexit impasse, urge Imperial and TUM Presidents
UK-European research cooperation should continue, say the heads of Europe's top two technical universities.

Politics - 15.01.2019
The story behind the lost play of Irish rebel leader James Connolly
The story behind the lost play of Irish rebel leader James Connolly
Academics at the University of Glasgow have discovered a short story which they believe could solve the mystery of a lost play by revolutionary socialist James Connolly. The story called The Agitator's Wife was discovered last year during the 150th anniversary year of the birth of the Irish rebel leader who was born in Scotland in 1868.

Politics - 07.12.2018
Nottingham expert puts museum collection under the spotlight
The stories behind objects in People's History Museum's vast collection have been given a fresh perspective and relevance for contemporary audiences.

Politics - 29.11.2018
University of Bristol supports building a sustainable peace in Colombia
University of Bristol supports building a sustainable peace in Colombia
A team at the University of Bristol is investigating the gendered nature of armed conflict in Colombia in support of the Colombian Truth Commission, which formally launches today, 29 November and aims to address injustices from the war. In 2016 a peace agreement brought an end to the world's longest running armed conflict, the 51-year dispute between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC-EP).

Politics - 23.11.2018
We are all 'others': teaching children to celebrate differences
We are all ’others’: teaching children to celebrate differences
As the world around us increasingly divides into 'us and others', the University of Cambridge Primary School is taking part in a new research project to help children discover for themselves that far more unites us than divides us.

Politics - Economics / Business - 12.11.2018
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