A group of history undergraduates at Warwick are causing controversy by organising their own student-led lectures while their tutors go on strike.
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Saturday 12 December 2009
Wednesday 02 December 2009
Sunday 08 November 2009
Wednesday 30 September 2009
Six recruitment firms who formed a cartel to fix prices and freeze out competition have been hit with fines totalling £39.3m by the Office of Fair Trading.
Tuesday 29 September 2009
Wednesday 26 August 2009
Monday 03 August 2009
Tiger Woods took a one-shot lead into the final round of the Buick Open as the world No 1 shifted into top gear on Saturday, firing a seven-under 65.
Saturday 30 May 2009
Sanctum has been billed as London's first rock'n'roll hotel – a Soho pleasure-den where touring bands can kick back and enjoy some discreet fun, and even us civilians can feel like rock stars for the night. So what's this – a morning phone call asking me to call back and confirm my dinner reservation? Not very rock'n'roll, is it? Don't try and pin me down, man; who knows what wild antics might have derailed me by 8.30pm tonight?
Tuesday 12 May 2009
Friday 10 April 2009
Joining the RAF in January 1939, Warwick started as a flight rigger before being trained as a fitter IIA on 254 Squadron, where he worked on the Beaufighters, which were to form the crucial part of Coastal Command's first "Strike Wing".
Friday 20 March 2009
Van Morrison ambled up Cyprus Avenue and Eddy Grant caught the spark of Electric Avenue.
Thursday 26 February 2009
It is not often that a newspaper article annoys me to the point of wanting to set the record straight. But Conor Ryan's defence of the Government's testing regime (Comment, 12 February) was a masterclass in the selective use of evidence to make dubious points. No one who has witnessed the workings of the test system at close quarters for several years, considering the evidence in the round, could look at it objectively and believe his central argument is right.
Wednesday 25 February 2009
Canadian journalist Naomi Klein has won Britain's inaugural Warwick Prize for Writing for "The Shock Doctrine," her acclaimed investigation into neoliberal economics which she calls "disaster capitalism."
Wednesday 04 February 2009
Around 120 staff at the National Grid are to start a ban on overtime from Friday as part of industrial action over pay, it was announced today.
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