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Seven years ago when the Syrian war started in March 2011 people started fleeing the country to keep their lives. […]
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Alice* is a senior lecturer in a very traditional career. She has been in the academia for ten years now, […]
For the first time in LSE’s 126 year history, cleaners went on a 2-day strike for equal benefits as in-house staff. […]
The National Health Service (NHS) Confederation states that every 36 hours over 1 million patients are seen by the NHS. This clearly impersonates […]
It’s official. UK lactose intolerants are cheering and hipsters are more mainstream than ever. Dairy-free milks have been added for the […]
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UK’s tech entrepreneurs remain concerned over Brexit despite the government’s recent investment guaranteed on the Spring Budget. Talent access Jack*, […]
How do local charities function and achieve their goals in London? What are the dangers that are stopping them from […]