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University of Chester

Founded as Chester Diocesan Training College in 1839, it was the UK’s first purpose-built teacher training college, and is one of the longest established higher education institutions in the country. It was granted degree-awarding powers and became Chester University in 2003.


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Les acteurs de terrain savent que le dépistage est un moment privilégié pour s’adresser aux personnes en situation de précarité. Philippe Lopez/AFP

Prévention Covid-19 : il faut impliquer davantage les associations dans le dépistage

Les associations déjà agréées pour dépister d’autres maladies doivent être autorisées à déployer des services mobiles pour le coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, afin d’aller vers les publics vulnérables.
Down but not out. EPA/Lukas Coch

It may not be game over for Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova faces a ban from tennis after testing positive for a banned substance. But there is reason to believe that both she and her sponsors will make a comeback.
Hermione was also unafraid of calling out sexism. Jason Szenes/EPA

#HeForShe needs to be more than this season’s ice bucket challenge

I never really “got” the Harry Potter phenomenon, but I did see that, as my daughter grew up, she found in the character of Hermione Granger a spirited role model. Hermione was vocal, and unafraid of calling…
Some memorabilia should go under a different kind of hammer. Shutterstock gravel

Should the sale of Nazi memorabilia be banned?

The sale of Nazi memorabilia is banned or at least restricted in a number of European countries, including Germany and France, yet it continues to be a feature of British auction houses. Anti-Semites in…


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