Much has been made of the recent round of local elections, with the Conservatives suffering heavy losses across the country.Some pundits have said that this shows the country’s faith in Boris Johnson […]
Voters react to ‘Beergate’ and ‘Partygate’
Sir Kier Starmer has stated he will resign as leader of the Labour Party if he is served a fixed penalty notice for breaking Covid restrictions. Durham Police have re-opened their investigation […]
As Covid restrictions lift this means “low-paid workers will be hit hardest” says general secretary of Usdaw.
The plan for living with Covid has come into effect from today in England. The lifting of the remaining Covid restrictions has taken place today. People who test positive for Covid-19 no […]
Army on standby as Britain faces worst fuel crisis in decades
This week saw ever-growing queues at petrol stations across the country as fuel shortages turned into the worst crisis in the industry for more than 20 years. In the last few days, […]
Paediatric Nurse warns: “It could be me or you”
The frontline worker still loves her job, but is ‘tired and drained’
The small businesses struggling to survive Covid-19
We’ve all felt the impact the coronavirus pandemic. Having to adapt and change to a new normal. One difference we can all see is the closure of non-essential shops but what will […]
Training to be a Teacher without a Class
With Covid-19 enforced school closures, the education sector has had to completely change the way they operate. Henry Hunt has been finding out how this has affected those training to become teachers.
Huawei’s Ongoing Battle with the West
Reporter: Alex Dalton Huawei, one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, continues to suffer the fallout from last week’s US government ban, with more companies every day severing their ties […]
Farming subsidies to change post-Brexit
Environment secretary Michael Gove wants to change the way that farming subsidies work so that UK farmers are rewarded for sustainable food production methods. The current system is regulated by EU laws that grant subsidies to farmers based on the amount of land that they own. These changes come as a result […]
Will #MeToo make a difference?
100 years since the Suffragettes won votes for some women, Beatrix Houston-Black, Vice President of the UEA Feminist Society, sat down with UEA journalism to discuss the journey of women’s rights in […]