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PhysOrg
Is it possible to cry a river?domain With Tottenham's dreams of Premier League glory shattered before their v
Is it possible to cry a river?
PhysOrg / Posted 58 minutes ago
domain With Tottenham's dreams of Premier League glory shattered before their very eyes by a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge, University of Leicester students research whether it is possible to really cry a river. Musicians Arthur Hamilton, Justin... Read more
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Express and Star
Teacher dies after suffering heart attack in classroom collapse « Express & StarSchool – before going to university in Brighton to study geography. After retu
Teacher dies after suffering heart attack in classroom collapse « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 6 hours ago
School – before going to university in Brighton to study geography. After returning to Dudley borough, he then went to University of Leicester to do a masters in English local history, and then stayed in the county. On collapsing at the school... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
John WilliamsWeather Man Antony Green's Election Blog is a senior lecturer in sociology
John Williams
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 hours ago
Weather Man Antony Green's Election Blog is a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Leicester. This unconsidered club from nowhere-place has lifted the Premier League trophy and spat in the eyes... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Leicester are EPL champs, and I couldn't be more proud or enviousof envy. "Where are you from mate?" "Me? I'm from Leicester!" John Williams is
Leicester are EPL champs, and I couldn't be more proud or envious
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 hours ago
of envy. "Where are you from mate?" "Me? I'm from Leicester!" John Williams is a senior lecturer in Sociology at the University of Leicester. Comments (1) 03 May 2016 11:21:27am Been a Fox supporter since 1955 through thick and thin and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Leicester City players and fans celebrate winning the Premier Leagueand landmarks turned blue. Among the efforts made to show support was a mural
Leicester City players and fans celebrate winning the Premier League
Daily Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
and landmarks turned blue. Among the efforts made to show support was a mural which was painted on the grounds of the University of Leicester and a conga line formed to cheer on the side. more videos A fan greets Leicester City manager... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Skeletal human remains found at 100-year-old music venue(AP Photo/University of Leicester, FILE) CINCINNATI (AP) — Workers renovating
Skeletal human remains found at 100-year-old music venue
WWLP Springfield / Posted yesterday
(AP Photo/University of Leicester, FILE) CINCINNATI (AP) — Workers renovating a 100-year-old performance venue in Cincinnati have discovered human remains. Archeologists concluded the arm and leg bones are believed to belong to four adult bodies.... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Psychology and Culinary Consumerism Make for Strange Bedfellowsportion with the higher price as comparison. 4. They set the mood to spend. Ac
Psychology and Culinary Consumerism Make for Strange Bedfellows
Aspen Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
portion with the higher price as comparison. 4. They set the mood to spend. According to psychology research from the University of Leicester in England, playing classical music in restaurants encourages diners to spend more, because it makes... Read more
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Medical News Today
Neurodegenerative disease damage reversed in fruit fliesthe degeneration of these cells. Researchers led by Dr. Carlo Breda, of the la
Neurodegenerative disease damage reversed in fruit flies
Medical News Today / Posted 2 days ago
the degeneration of these cells. Researchers led by Dr. Carlo Breda, of the laboratory of Prof. Flaviano Giorgini at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, wanted to gain a better understanding of how this kind of disease starts and... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Leicester City and the greatest underdog story ever told: a primer for Americansknows how his team plays, but no one can stop them.” And then there’s the hunc
Leicester City and the greatest underdog story ever told: a primer for Americans
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
knows how his team plays, but no one can stop them.” And then there’s the hunchback king. In 2012, archaeologists from the University of Leicester dug up the remains of Richard III, England’s last Plantagenet king, killed at the Battle of Bosworth... Read more
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BBC Football
A city gripped by football feverit. "And it's kind of got everyone else excited about it too." On Friday the
A city gripped by football fever
BBC Football / Posted 3 days ago
it. "And it's kind of got everyone else excited about it too." On Friday the mum-of-two joined her colleagues at the University of Leicester and a large majority of the city dressed in blue. "When you meet people excited by it, you can't... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Strange times in Leicester: 'If we win the league, you’ll see the biggest party ever'former Leicester captain Matt Elliot was coaching De Montford University’s foot
Strange times in Leicester: 'If we win the league, you’ll see the biggest party ever'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
former Leicester captain Matt Elliot was coaching De Montford University’s football teams in the varsity series against the University of Leicester. De Montford won all four matches – another victory in football’s class war. Leicester University, up... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
From King Richard III to cheese: Leicester away from soccerdignitaries place white roses on a coffin bearing the remains of Richard III ou
From King Richard III to cheese: Leicester away from soccer
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
dignitaries place white roses on a coffin bearing the remains of Richard III outside the Fielding Johnson Building at the University of Leicester in preparation for his reinterment at Leicester Cathedral, Leicester, England. Leicester’s recent... Read more
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PhysOrg
New highest resolution images of long-lost Beagle 2 landerof the Beagle 2 super-imposed beside it. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Ariz
New highest resolution images of long-lost Beagle 2 lander
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
of the Beagle 2 super-imposed beside it. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona/Yu Tao et al/University College London/University of Leicester There was lots of conjecture, but the Beagle 2's fate was a mystery. Now, thanks to a new method of... Read more
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CBC.ca
Bookmakers put them at 5,000-to-1, but this U.K. team might win it allhas shaped entirely the European game until now," said John Williams, a senior
Bookmakers put them at 5,000-to-1, but this U.K. team might win it all
CBC.ca / Posted 5 days ago
has shaped entirely the European game until now," said John Williams, a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Leicester who specializes in soccer. "It's unheard of, really, for a club of Leicester's size to win the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Teacher collapsed with heart attack in front of stunned classroom full of pupilswas originally from the Black Country studied geography at Brighton University
Teacher collapsed with heart attack in front of stunned classroom full of pupils
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
was originally from the Black Country studied geography at Brighton University then took a Masters in History at the University of Leicester. He began his teacher training at Roundhill Academy just after Christmas this year, having already... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
University of Leicester-led researchers solve 3D structure of NuRD complex that plays role in cancerA team of researchers led by the University of Leicester has shed new light on
University of Leicester-led researchers solve 3D structure of NuRD complex that plays role in cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
A team of researchers led by the University of Leicester has shed new light on how the regulation machinery that controls gene expression works by characterising a complex known as the NuRD complex. The structure of the core NuRD complex. Two copies... Read more
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express
Forget Yellowstone... Snake River Plain’s volcano is a MUCH BIGGER threat to Americaat Snake River Plain in Idaho were “significantly larger” than geologists had p
Forget Yellowstone... Snake River Plain’s volcano is a MUCH BIGGER threat to America
express / Posted 6 days ago
at Snake River Plain in Idaho were “significantly larger” than geologists had previously thought. Scientists from the University of Leicester discovered there were a staggering 12 massive eruptions over the course of four million years,... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
New way to 'reverse' Parkinson's, Alzheimer's symptomsto onset and progression of disease symptoms in neurodegenerative disorders," s
New way to 'reverse' Parkinson's, Alzheimer's symptoms
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
to onset and progression of disease symptoms in neurodegenerative disorders," said Professor Flaviano Giorgini, from the University of Leicester in UK. "These are diseases in which specific populations of nerve cells within the brain die,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Clinical inertia puts Type 2 diabetes patients at further risk of preventable complicationsUniversity of Leicester study suggests 'clinical inertia' is preventing tight c
Clinical inertia puts Type 2 diabetes patients at further risk of preventable complications
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
University of Leicester study suggests 'clinical inertia' is preventing tight control of blood sugar levels Research has shown the average waiting time for increased treatment from the start of insulin is 3.7 years. Maintaining tight control of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Innovative strategy can reverse symptoms in neurodegenerative diseaseseffects in patients, we could benefit a lot of people." Schwarcz collaborated
Innovative strategy can reverse symptoms in neurodegenerative diseases
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
effects in patients, we could benefit a lot of people." Schwarcz collaborated with geneticist Flaviano Giorgini at the University of Leicester in England. The study was published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists provide new insights into gene regulationNuRD complex. Credit: University of Leicester A team of researchers led by the
Scientists provide new insights into gene regulation
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
NuRD complex. Credit: University of Leicester A team of researchers led by the University of Leicester has shed new light on how the regulation machinery that controls gene expression works by characterising a complex known as the NuRD complex. The... Read more
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express
Two thirds of high risk diabetes patients are being FAILED by doctors, study findsunder control to prevent complications such as blindness, kidney failure and li
Two thirds of high risk diabetes patients are being FAILED by doctors, study finds
express / Posted 6 days ago
under control to prevent complications such as blindness, kidney failure and limb amputations. However a study by the University of Leicester, published in the journal Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, showed two thirds of people who needed... Read more
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Irish Examiner
The surface of Mars has been pictured in greater deal than ever before and we even spotted Beagle 2team’s “super-resolution” zoomed-in image of the Beagle 2′s believed location,
The surface of Mars has been pictured in greater deal than ever before and we even spotted Beagle 2
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
team’s “super-resolution” zoomed-in image of the Beagle 2′s believed location, by Professor Mark Sims and colleagues at the University of Leicester, provides strong supporting evidence that this is the site of the lander. The proposed Beagle 2... Read more
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Mashable
New images give clearer look at lost Beagle 2 Mars lander(SRR), they’ve pieced together a zoomed-in version of the photo of the probe is
New images give clearer look at lost Beagle 2 Mars lander
Mashable / Posted 7 days ago
(SRR), they’ve pieced together a zoomed-in version of the photo of the probe issued by Professor Mark Sims from the University of Leicester last year that confirmed the fate of the Beagle 2. The new image gives a clearer look at the crash... Read more
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PhysOrg
Mars' surface revealed in unprecedented detailsome of the latest HiRISE images of the Beagle-2 landing area that were kindly
Mars' surface revealed in unprecedented detail
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
some of the latest HiRISE images of the Beagle-2 landing area that were kindly provided by Professor John Bridges from the University of Leicester. "Using novel machine vision methods, information from lower resolution images can be extracted to... Read more
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New Kerala
Reverse symptoms of Alzheimer, Parkinson found - newkerala.com #54555patients, we could benefit a lot of people," he added. Schwarcz, in collaborat
Reverse symptoms of Alzheimer, Parkinson found - newkerala.com #54555
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
patients, we could benefit a lot of people," he added. Schwarcz, in collaboration with geneticist Flaviano Giorgini at the University of Leicester, focused on metabolites related to the amino acid tryptophan. When tryptophan degrades in the body,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study on HDAC enzymes could lead to development of better drugs for treatment of cancer, Alzheimer’sdevelopment of better drugs for the treatment of diseases such as cancer and Al
Study on HDAC enzymes could lead to development of better drugs for treatment of cancer, Alzheimer’s
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
development of better drugs for the treatment of diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s, according to research led by the University of Leicester. The team, working under Professor John Schwabe from the University of Leicester’s Department of... Read more
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metro
Was Alastair Campbell's 'non-white faces' tweet racist?per cent from six per cent at the end of the 2007/08 season. According to a st
Was Alastair Campbell's 'non-white faces' tweet racist?
metro / Posted 8 days ago
per cent from six per cent at the end of the 2007/08 season. According to a study by John Williams, a sociologist at the University of Leicester, a decade ago only seven per cent of the city’s fan base was made up of ethnic minorities, he... Read more
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thebee
Leicester Coming Together With Team's Successis envied by many, it does not always come easily. But according to John Willi
Leicester Coming Together With Team's Success
thebee / Posted 10 days ago
is envied by many, it does not always come easily. But according to John Williams, senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Leicester, the team's emergence, and the apparently happy marriage of home-grown and overseas players, has... Read more
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thebee
How Football Put Diverse Leicester On The Mapis envied by many, it does not always come easily. But according to John Willi
How Football Put Diverse Leicester On The Map
thebee / Posted 10 days ago
is envied by many, it does not always come easily. But according to John Williams, senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Leicester, the team's emergence, and the apparently happy marriage of home-grown and overseas players, has... Read more
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PhysOrg
Satellite project to protect ecosystems will monitor Kenya's forests in near real-timeProfessor Heiko Balzter is at a tour of Karura Forest Reserve in Nairobi with t
Satellite project to protect ecosystems will monitor Kenya's forests in near real-time
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
Professor Heiko Balzter is at a tour of Karura Forest Reserve in Nairobi with the Kenya Forest Service. Credit: University of Leicester Researchers from the University of Leicester will be travelling to Kenya from 25 - 29 April to kick off a new... Read more
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Psych Central
Nearby Violence During Pregnancy Tied to Lower Birth Weighta low birth weight baby due to an earlier delivery, according to researchers at
Nearby Violence During Pregnancy Tied to Lower Birth Weight
Psych Central / Posted 13 days ago
a low birth weight baby due to an earlier delivery, according to researchers at Queen Mary University of London and the University of Leicester. For the study, the researchers looked at the birth outcomes of Brazilian children whose mothers... Read more
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AutoExpress
Half of hit and run drivers claim ignorance after fleeing the sceneby the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB). The research, conducted on behalf of MIB
Half of hit and run drivers claim ignorance after fleeing the scene
AutoExpress / Posted 14 days ago
by the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB). The research, conducted on behalf of MIB by the Department of Criminology at the University of Leicester, found 45 per cent of convicted hit and run drivers claimed they would have stopped to report the... Read more
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Evening Standard
Half of hit-run drivers 'did not know it was illegal', study findsenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Half of hit-run drivers 'did not know it was illegal', study finds
Evening Standard / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. According to the survey, 45 per cent would have stayed at the scene of the crash if they'd known it... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Croydon Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Northern Echo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourSome 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the stu
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Northern Echo / Posted 14 days ago
Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is clearly confusion... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Salon.com
Having less fun in bed: 5 ways your sleep habits can sabotage your relationshipto different sleep schedules, there is another factor involved: genetics. A stu
Having less fun in bed: 5 ways your sleep habits can sabotage your relationship
Salon.com / Posted 14 days ago
to different sleep schedules, there is another factor involved: genetics. A study conducted by geneticists from the University of Leicester found there are upward of 80 genes that can influence our sleep patterns. If you and your partner... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Kingston Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Streatham Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Bury Times
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Bury Times / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Gazette
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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guardian-series
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
guardian-series / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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Harrow Times
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
Harrow Times / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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This is West Country
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviourenough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled fo
Research provides insight into hit-and-run motorists' behaviour
This is West Country / Posted 14 days ago
enough. Some 695 people convicted of carrying out a hit and run were polled for the study, which was conducted by the University of Leicester. Dr Matt Hopkins, a senior lecturer at the university, said: "For a number of drivers there is... Read more
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