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by Dr Jacqui Turner So yesterday was International Women’s Day and women were everywhere – literally we were all over the place, in the media, online, on TV and crowded around both front benches in the House of Commons as, … Continue reading
by Philippa Sale  There was some confusion at the Academy Awards this weekend when ‘La La Land’ was incorrectly announced as the winner of the Best Picture Oscar, the real winner being ‘Moonlight’. Away from this embarrassing mix-up another … Continue reading
by Dr Rebecca Rist Whan that Averylle with his shoures soote The droughte of March hath perced to the roote, … Thanne longen folk to goon on pilgrymages When in April the sweet showers fall, And pierce the drought of … Continue reading
By Dr Anne Lawrence The History Department wishes to thank Dr Roger Brugge, of the National Centre for Earth Observation, who has very kindly provided records, data and statistics which make the following suggested Prediction possible. Dr Brugge’s information shows … Continue reading