Threat level remains at 'Severe'
Rules say any candidate must have been a party member for at least two years
Head of Brexit Advisory Unit cautions: 'The issue of being able to attract and retain talent to work and study in universities is absolutely paramount'
Finance heads from around the world warn of ‘uncertainty in the global economy'
Exclusive: Airport retailers in pledge to pass on tax savings to travellers
Temperatures will soar over the next couple of days as warm air pushes up from the Continent
Criminals owe the taxpayer ‘nearly £2 billion’, report says
'We have a massive opportunity in this country to make a great success of our new relationship with Europe and with the world, and I'm very excited to be asked to play a part in that,' he added
Both camps also agree Brexit campaigners 'insufficiently investigated' the impact on education
Red wine should not be ruled out when the sun does decides to shine in the summer months
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Company says the UK’s universities are 'not dependent' on EU students
Earliest and most violent response seen in the foreign exchange forums as sterling sinks to $1.35 against the dollar - lows not witnessed since 1985
The head of the leading global provider of specialist higher education and careers information looks at the positives of the big result
Young people questioning why votes at 16 were allowed in the 2014 Scottish referendum
One Leave student says Britain has 'just clawed back its independence from absolutism'