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Many trainers with limited resources can impress at a corresponding level, but the most instructive measure of their acuity is how they set about making the most of a horse eligible for higher grades. That is when you will often see them exposed, excitably shooting for the moon. In his campaigning of Winning Express, then, Ed McMahon must be commended in both raising and lowering the stakes.
This latest protest proves that students have had enough of marketisation in higher education, says Michael Segalov
A room of the Senate House building at the University of Warwick has been occupied by a group of students to protest against the ‘privatisation and marketisation’ of higher education since late last week.
Corporation will set up a confidential helpline for workers worried about harassment
Singer Dionne Warwick owes nearly $10 million in back taxes and has filed for bankruptcy.
Judge Mr Recorder Burns gives company director Barton Simpson community order for attempting to board flight with antique hand gun
The sexism scandal over a leaked video of Warwick Student Union president Nick Swain has drawn attention to how little students seem to care about their politics, claims Warwick student Duncan Hopwood
It was a blistering night of vital trivia in 18 student unions across Britain yesterday, as more than a hundred teams took part in the inaugural iQuiz.
The highest number of births in 40 years is putting "enormous demands" on the maternity services at a time when they are being cut back, midwives warned yesterday.
Those keen to develop a natural gift for words can benefit from an MA in creative writing, says Russ Thorne
It began with dark mutterings in the local pub, that a strange beast might be stalking the woods around the little village of Woodchester, savaging the local wildlife and frightening local dog walkers.
Many were unmistakably of the view that a mere hair of the dog could scarcely suffice; still more formed enormous, sallow queues for carbohydrate relief. One way or another, resolutions of abstinence seemed largely to have been deferred among the large crowds here yesterday. In one, hugely popular case, however, the turning over of a new leaf represented the end, not of feasting, but of famine.