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A group of history undergraduates at Warwick are causing controversy by organising their own student-led lectures while their tutors go on strike.

Wise Dan aims to scale fresh heights in weighting game

Unbeaten as he is, for now the Derby winner is arguably not even the most accomplished thoroughbred who happens to have an engagement on Saturday. For a few hours after Ruler Of The World attempts to extend his Epsom supremacy on to home soil, in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby, an outstanding American champion sets a fresh challenge to such parochial perspectives as may have been re-inforced by the failure of Animal Kingdom at Royal Ascot last week.

Winning Express scores in Listed company at Salisbury last autumn. She reverts to that grade today after finishing in the frame in two Group One contests

Ed McMahon lowers stakes to raise Winning chance

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.

Occupiers leave Warwick's Senate House

Warwick University occupation ends peacefully

Students at Warwick peacefully ended their anti-privatisation protest over the weekend.

Occupiers at the University of Warwick

The Warwick University protest is yet another sign that students aren't going to take it any more

This latest protest proves that students have had enough of marketisation in higher education, says Michael Segalov

Occupiers at the University of Warwick

Warwick University buildings occupied in 'privatisation' protest

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.

Elizabeth Woodville in The White Queen

TV review: The White Queen is less historically plausible than Game of Thrones (despite being ostensibly true)

The White Queen, Sun, BBC1 // Goodbye Granadalan, Sayt, ITV

Confusion reigns

The iQuiz final: Warwick's quiz titans tick every box (nearly)

It's the student test so grand one team nearly missed an exam for it – but still lost

Star line-up: Dionne Warwick opens this year's Cheltenham gathering

Music review: Dionne Warwick, Big Top, Cheltenham Jazz Festival

The memory rush as the first few songs hit is almost overwhelming. Dionne Warwick sang some of the most perfectly crafted pop of the 20th century, and now here she is, in a tent in Cheltenham aged 72, doing so again a yard from me.

Mother held over little girl found abandoned in a pram in Carlisle

Police have traced the mother of a young girl who was found abandoned in a pram outside a house late yesterday.

Former BBC reporter, Russell Joslin, who is believed to have killed himself

BBC apologises to family after sexual harassment 'suicide'

Corporation will set up a confidential helpline for workers worried about harassment

Dionne Warwick has filed for bankruptcy in America

Singer Dionne Warwick files for bankruptcy over $10 million unpaid taxes

Singer Dionne Warwick owes nearly $10 million in back taxes and has filed for bankruptcy.

Bart Simpson faces Mr Burns in court - but this is real-life Warwick, not Springfield

Judge Mr Recorder Burns gives company director Barton Simpson community order for attempting to board flight with antique hand gun

UK business schools go global

As Warwick targets a London campus, Mark Leftly looks at how British MBAs are attracting students across the world

Cheltenham Festival: Aupcharlie value to usurp Dynaste’s claims

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'Swaingate' and what it says about the state of student politics

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

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