Richmond American International University

Richmond, the American International University in London is an independent, not-for-profit, international, liberal arts and professional studies university established in 1972. (The original Richmond College, founded in 1843, was a constituent institution of the University of London until the founding of the present university which bears its name and occupies its campus.)

The University is incorporated as a not-for-profit educational institution in the State of Delaware in the USA and is a recognized 501©(3) public educational charity under US law.

Richmond is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the US Department of Education. Richmond is licensed to award Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Associate of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Science and the Master of Business Administration degrees by the Department of Education in the State of Delaware.

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So if there are no further questions, I’ll do exactly what I like. PA/Stefan Rousseau

2015: the year British politics lost its opposition

This year's surprise election result triggered a comprehensive meltdown. The Conservatives have been taking advantage ever since, with long-term consequences.
Stuart Rose is here to inspire you. Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA

Pro-EU campaign needs more fizz and maybe even a dose of negativity

The campaign to keep Britain in the European Union was officially launched on October 12. But the grand unveiling in London was entirely lacking in fizz. The idea that Britain will be stronger if it remains…
Hard to port for the good ship Labour. Reuters/Peter Nicholls

Corbyn may be unelectable — but so are his rivals

Labour Party HQ is on red alert. The election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader is seen as a real and dangerous prospect by the majority of the Parliamentary Labour Party. Countless party grandees have…
Crushing defeat for the Labour leader. Nigel Roddis/EPA

Milibandism crushed at the polls, but Ed doomed from the start

Five years ago, Ed Miliband decided to stand for the leadership of the Labour Party because he felt the global financial crisis had opened the way to a centre-left moment. He was ready to turn the page…
Ed also uses his as a doorstop. Stefan Rousseau/PA

Welcome to the age of the multi-tasking manifesto

With the polls showing the Conservatives and Labour firmly stuck in neck-and-neck position, they are playing on multiple chessboards in a desperate scramble for votes. Their latest move has been to publish…
‘Think I can’t pull a rabbit out of this?’ Jonathan Brady/PA

Budget 2015: no magic but plenty of political tricks

As expected, chancellor George Osborne pulled a handful of small rabbits out of his hat as he announced his pre-electoral budget. Lowering the tax allowance, cutting taxes to middle-income earners together…

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