University Of Sheffield

It’s too late to change Brexit, but we can’t let it define us

'I remember a time when I was stood helplessly in Sheffield’s city centre because I couldn’t find my way. A lady in her late-50s approached me and asked: “Are you alright, love? Do you need any help?” This is my experience of the UK. No-one has ever made me feel excluded'

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Sir Bernard Crick: Political theorist and Orwell biographer who

Bernard Crick was an academic who wrote two books which were international bestsellers and received critical acclaim. In Defence of Politics (1962) went through several editions, was translated into five languages and sold over 400,000 copies. For years it has been required reading for students. Nearly 20 years later he wrote the authoritative, if not official, George Orwell: A Life (1980). Crick generously attributed the warm reviews to his subject – "it's the man".

Carol Barnes: Authoritative television journalist who anchored 'News

In the days when Angela Rippon, Anna Ford and Selina Scott made headlines for being among the first women to present peak-time news programmes on British television, Carol Barnes quietly established herself as a reliable and authoritative newscaster at ITN and became its longest-running woman in the role.