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walesonline
Cardiff 40-10 Neath match reportNeath’s quest for a first Principality Premiership win of the season continues
Cardiff 40-10 Neath match report
walesonline / Posted 6 days ago
Neath’s quest for a first Principality Premiership win of the season continues after this comprehensive Arms Park defeat which could have been far worse had Cardiff been more clinical. Cardiff spent the early minutes of the game camped in the... Read more
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Gazette News
University denies stifling free speech after publication of new reportESSEX University has angrily denied claimed it created a hostile environment fo
University denies stifling free speech after publication of new report
Gazette News / Posted 16 days ago
ESSEX University has angrily denied claimed it created a hostile environment for free speech following the publication of an online report. E-magazine Spiked surveyed all mainstream universities in Britain examining the policies and actions of both... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle University and its Students' Union in free speech rowThe Free Speech University Rankings 2016, organised by online magazine Spiked,
Newcastle University and its Students' Union in free speech row
chroniclelive / Posted 17 days ago
The Free Speech University Rankings 2016, organised by online magazine Spiked, are based on a traffic light system or red, amber and green. While Newcastle University had an amber classification, defined as having “chilled free speech through... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The poshos pushing campus censorshipNow, you’d have to have been living under a rock not to know that British unive
The poshos pushing campus censorship
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
Now, you’d have to have been living under a rock not to know that British universities have in recent years turned into a cross between Stalinist Russia and a soft-play area. From the calls to No Platform alleged transphobe Germaine Greer to the SU... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Queen's University Belfast has some of most severe restrictions on free speech in UK By Adrian Rutherford Queen’s UniversityBlurred Lines singer Robin Thicke Fr
Queen's University Belfast has some of most severe restrictions on free speech in UK
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
By Adrian Rutherford Queen’s UniversityBlurred Lines singer Robin Thicke Free speech is under growing threat at Queen's University, Belfast, a report has... Read more
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International Business Times
Restriction of free speech has 'increased' on UK university campuses in 2015 Restriction of free speech at British universities is growing with speakers, pr
Restriction of free speech has 'increased' on UK university campuses in 2015
International Business Times / Posted 19 days ago
Restriction of free speech at British universities is growing with speakers, pressure groups and types of behaviour being banned at 55 per cent of campuses last year, up from 41% in 2014, analysis has shown. Out of 115 universities, more than one... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Why you can't remain anonymous if you win the lotteryImagine winning the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot. Iowa law does not allow lot
Why you can't remain anonymous if you win the lottery
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 21 days ago
Imagine winning the $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot. Iowa law does not allow lottery winners to remain anonymous. The law has been in place since the Iowa Lottery started in 1985 to show that real people play and win. If one is lucky enough to beat... Read more
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heraldscotland
Manager warns of market risks from Brexit voteTalking later to wealth managers and investors in Edinburgh, the outspoken vete
Manager warns of market risks from Brexit vote
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
Talking later to wealth managers and investors in Edinburgh, the outspoken veteran manager said the panic in the Chinese stock market did not reflect any new economic reality and should not disturb investors. But he warned that the turbulence in... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Beach Boy’s song for city charityA founding member of The Beach Boys has given a boost to a city children’s canc
Beach Boy’s song for city charity
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 1 months ago
A founding member of The Beach Boys has given a boost to a city children’s cancer charity with a song. Al Jardine released ‘Hurry Up, Hurry Up, Santa Claus’ to raise funds for Candlelighters following the diagnosis of a schoolboy from... Read more

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