Reporter Mingming Zheng explores the consequences of mental health problems among students. She finds even today, those with such problems are all too often stigmatised unfairly.
Pakistan’s military has been accused of trying to disrupt the democratic process by interfering with candidates in the recent General Election. Former cricket legend Imran Khan was elected to lead the country […]
For most of us, contactless payment has become a part of our everyday lives and is gradually becoming a universal payment method. Up to a third of payments are now carried out […]
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 […]
At first glace it appears Norwich – politically – is a city of two parties. Norwich North is Conservative while Norwich South has a Labour MP. However the recent City Council elections […]
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 […]
Since the UK chose to leave the European Union the future of Britain in the world has seemed uncertain. What will our global role be, post-Brexit? Ben Donaldson, Head of Campaigns at […]
Photo by Deirdre Amsden courtesy of the Sainbury Centre.
100 years after some women first got the right to vote – they still make up only a third of all MP’s. The 2017 election brought a record number of female MP’s […]
The Big Issue is more than just a popular publication, it is one that brings hope and purpose to many. UEA Journalism students have been on the streets with some of the […]