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Durham University students vote to keep college's 'sexist' Senior Man title for women

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UEA to sell tampons at cost in protest at VAT on sanitary products

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Queen Mary University of London pioneers Google Glass in surgery lessons

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York hockey team criticised for racist and sexist tweets

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