The Windrush arrives at Tilbury docks on 22 June 1948.
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The Windrush generation has a long and storied history encompassing empire, war, migration, multiculturalism, racism and scandal – a history that has transformed British society and culture.
Staff members at Northern Rail got a bee tattoo in memory of the victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack.
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Throughout their history, tattoos have helped bind together out-groups.
Bright ideas for British business.
A long-term view on building up British business is key to showing the UK is ‘open for business’.
Virgin Orbit filed for bankruptcy in April 2023.
Space flight has always been risky.
Learning how online misogynists use language can help teachers and parents intervene in radicalisation.
Why diversity and not anti-racism?
Untreated, endometriosis may lead to a range of health problems.
Black women are half as likely to be diagnosed with endometriosis compared to white women.
A murderous super fan, Dre is the messy Black female character audiences deserve.
‘Operation Iraqi Freedom’: the bombing of Baghdad, March 2003.
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Iraq Body Count has kept a close tally of people killed in Iraq since the invasion started in March 2003.
UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt outside 11 Downing Street in London before presenting the latest government budget to Parliament.
March 15, 2023
Phil Tomlinson, University of Bath; Alan Shipman, The Open University; Andrew Burlinson, University of East Anglia; Catherine Waddams, University of East Anglia; Despina Alexiadou, University of Strathclyde ; Gavin Midgley, University of Surrey; Jim Watson, UCL; Karen Bloor, University of York; Karl Matikonis, Queen's University Belfast, and Steven McCabe, Birmingham City University
Childcare, pensions and support for energy bills are among the main budget plans for the UK government.
In war, each side tends to minimise its own losses and overestimate the enemy death toll – Ukraine is no exception.
Scene of the tragedy: Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, where a Walmart employee gunned down six of his colleagues.
A recession in the US would lead to more workplace shootings.
Head down, taxes up.
November 17, 2022
Phil Tomlinson, University of Bath; Adi Imsirovic, University of Surrey; Cam Donaldson, Glasgow Caledonian University; Despina Alexiadou, University of Strathclyde ; Gavin Midgley, University of Surrey; Hilary Ingham, Lancaster University; Jennifer Castaneda Navarrete, University of Cambridge; Jonquil Lowe, The Open University; Karen Bloor, University of York; Peter Bloom, University of Essex; Shampa Roy-Mukherjee, University of East London; Steven McCabe, Birmingham City University; Supriya Kapoor, Trinity College Dublin, and Tolu Olarewaju, Keele University
Our panel of academics responds to the UK government’s latest economic plans.
Exercise doesn’t have to be something very difficult to start off with.
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Andrew Tate’s content offers a toxic blend of self-improvement and male supremacism.
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt.
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UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s emergency budget announcement has calmed the market initially but experts see continued challenges.
Hey, big spender.
September 23, 2022
Phil Tomlinson, University of Bath; Andrew Burlinson, University of East Anglia; Catherine Waddams, University of East Anglia; Donald Hirsch, Loughborough University; Jean-Philippe Serbera, Sheffield Hallam University; Jim Watson, UCL; Jonquil Lowe, The Open University, and Steven McCabe, Birmingham City University
How the government plans to address the energy crisis and economic growth, among other key issues.
The current outbreak in non-endemic countries is being spread entirely from human to human.
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The right public health measures can be very effective at curbing the virus’s spread – if executed properly.
Participants on a Women’s March rally in front of San Francisco’s City Hall in 2019.
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From protest marches and fundraising to parliamentary petitions and talking with friends, there are many ways to make your voice heard.
Pfizer and Moderna have both recently reported results for their COVID-19 vaccines in the youngest children.