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Squawka
Who is Ralf Rangnick? All you need to know about the surprise candidate for the England jobstint as a player came with English non-league side Southwick, who he played fo
Who is Ralf Rangnick? All you need to know about the surprise candidate for the England job
Squawka / Posted 6 hours ago
stint as a player came with English non-league side Southwick, who he played for while studying for a year at the University of Sussex. There wouldn't be any communication issues should Rangnick get the role either, with the German fluent... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Six new Trainees recruited at ‘Platinum’ Accountancy FirmJoshua Roberts joined following graduation from the University of Sussex. Ruth
Six new Trainees recruited at ‘Platinum’ Accountancy Firm
Online Recruitment / Posted yesterday
Joshua Roberts joined following graduation from the University of Sussex. Ruth Burrows from the University of Southampton and Jevan McCrae from the University of Chichester. Jennifer Morton joined from Worthing College, Alaina Clarke from the... Read more
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express
Punters slam national lottery for raising cost of tickets but lowering chance of jackpotCauses.” When Camelot increased the number of Lotto balls last year, Dr John Ha
Punters slam national lottery for raising cost of tickets but lowering chance of jackpot
express / Posted 3 days ago
Causes.” When Camelot increased the number of Lotto balls last year, Dr John Haigh, emeritus reader in mathematics at the University of Sussex, remarked: “The odds were dreadful before. GETTYThere will be at least two guaranteed millionaire... Read more
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Daily Mail
Scientists baffled as five lionesses grow a mane and act like malesand mounting other females at the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. The lions a
Scientists baffled as five lionesses grow a mane and act like males
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
and mounting other females at the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana. The lions are now being studied by researchers at the University of Sussex. Lionesses with manes (pictured) at the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana are baffling scientists because... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Sir Richard Jolly to visit Sri LankaCorea Foundation. Sir Jolly, currently an Honorary Professor and Research Asso
Sir Richard Jolly to visit Sri Lanka
Sunday Observer / Posted 5 days ago
Corea Foundation. Sir Jolly, currently an Honorary Professor and Research Associate, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, will visit Sri Lanka from September 27 to October 2 on the invitation of the Gamani Corea Foundation.... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Sri Lanka News | ObserveOnline.lkCorea Foundation. Sir Jolly, currently an Honorary Professor and Research Assoc
Sri Lanka News | ObserveOnline.lk
Sunday Observer / Posted 5 days ago
Corea Foundation. Sir Jolly, currently an Honorary Professor and Research Associate, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, will visit Sri Lanka from September 27 to October 2 on the invitation of the Gamani Corea Foundation.... Read more
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Daily Mail
Five lionesses spotted in Botswana have MANES and behave like malescan be seen walking with a male at Warsaw's zoo in 2011 Researchers in Botswan
Five lionesses spotted in Botswana have MANES and behave like males
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
can be seen walking with a male at Warsaw's zoo in 2011 Researchers in Botswana, including Geoffrey D. Gilfillan of the University of Sussex in Falmer, first began studying the group in 2014. Over the next two years, Gilfillan tracked the... Read more
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guardian-series
Concrete jungles caught on film in New Town Utopiaproductions you learn from the talent, advice and experience of other crew memb
Concrete jungles caught on film in New Town Utopia
guardian-series / Posted 6 days ago
productions you learn from the talent, advice and experience of other crew members. Where did you study? I studied at the University of Sussex, and University of California. I always wanted to go to film school afterwards, but the timing or my... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
These Startup Founders Swear By The ROI Of Readingothers’ mistakes or successes." Not to mention, reading is a proven method to
These Startup Founders Swear By The ROI Of Reading
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
others’ mistakes or successes." Not to mention, reading is a proven method to reduce stress. According to a 2009 study by University of Sussex researchers, reading can reduce stress levels by up to 68%. The study found that reading was faster at... Read more
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chroniclelive
When will the new Labour leader be announced?of Pontypridd. Mr Smith went to Barry Comprehensive School, in Wales. He later
When will the new Labour leader be announced?
chroniclelive / Posted 8 days ago
of Pontypridd. Mr Smith went to Barry Comprehensive School, in Wales. He later studied History and French at the University of Sussex. Read More Some of Mr Corbyn’s critics say Labour will be out of power for a generation - or perhaps... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Ukip MP Douglas Carswell claims science professor is wrong about the universemoon moves tides" He tried to correct Professor Paul Nightingale, a top expert
Ukip MP Douglas Carswell claims science professor is wrong about the universe
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 days ago
moon moves tides" He tried to correct Professor Paul Nightingale, a top expert in the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex. Prof Nightingale used the example of tides to argue distance from Britain, not size, more important in... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Ukip MP Douglas Carswell insists that the sun causes tides - not the moonCarswell has found himself in the midst of controversy over his claim that the
Ukip MP Douglas Carswell insists that the sun causes tides - not the moon
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
Carswell has found himself in the midst of controversy over his claim that the sun, and not the moon, creates tides. University of Sussex academic, and deputy director of the institution’s Science Policy Research Unit, Paul Nightingale,... Read more
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New Kerala
Another Chernobyl or Fukushima risk plausible: newkerala.com #121316nuclear accident may be much sooner or more severe than the public realises," a
Another Chernobyl or Fukushima risk plausible: newkerala.com #121316
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
nuclear accident may be much sooner or more severe than the public realises," added Benjamin Sovacool, Professor at the University of Sussex in Britain. Further, the standard methodology used by the International Atomic Energy Agency to predict... Read more
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Evening Standard
Ukip MP in bizarre Twitter row with science expert over tidesrather than the moon - causes tides. Douglas Carswell, MP for Essex seaside co
Ukip MP in bizarre Twitter row with science expert over tides
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
rather than the moon - causes tides. Douglas Carswell, MP for Essex seaside constituency Clacton-on-Sea, chose to take on University of Sussex science policy professor Paul Nightingale on the social media site on Monday night. Mr Nightingale... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might thinkwill end would occur. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest. And as Ji
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might think
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 9 days ago
will end would occur. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest. And as Jillian Scudder, an astrophysicist at the University of Sussex, explained to Business Insider in an email, the day might come sooner than we think. Bleeding Earth... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might thinkhappen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might think
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 10 days ago
happen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as Jillian Scudder, an astrophysicist at the University of Sussex, explained to Business Insider in an email, the day might come sooner than we think. Bleeding Earth... Read more
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PhysOrg
Risk of another Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident plausible, experts sayIn a new analysis of nuclear accidents, researchers at the University of Sussex
Risk of another Chernobyl or Fukushima type accident plausible, experts say
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
In a new analysis of nuclear accidents, researchers at the University of Sussex and ETH Zurich provide a cost in US dollars for each incident. Credit: University of Sussex A team of risk experts who have carried out the biggest-ever analysis of... Read more
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PhysOrg
'Gut feelings' help make more successful financial tradersessentially, measured the percentage of right answers, and these scores were co
'Gut feelings' help make more successful financial traders
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
essentially, measured the percentage of right answers, and these scores were compared against data from 48 students at the University of Sussex. The researchers found that traders performed significantly better at the heart rate detection tasks... Read more
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metro
The sun is going to burn up our planet sooner than you imagine, scientists warnthat, unless we invent some sick new spaceships and go off to be Star Trek peop
The sun is going to burn up our planet sooner than you imagine, scientists warn
metro / Posted 10 days ago
that, unless we invent some sick new spaceships and go off to be Star Trek people. Astrophysicist Jillian Scudder of the University of Sussex says that things are going to get plenty warm a lot sooner than that – as the sun brightens 10% every... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Italian trampled to death by elephant in KenyaThis handout photo provided by the University of Sussex, taken in April 2011, s
Italian trampled to death by elephant in Kenya
Inquirier.net / Posted 10 days ago
This handout photo provided by the University of Sussex, taken in April 2011, shows a wild elephant in Amboseli National Park in Kenya reacting to sound played by scientists in experiments that show they can distinguish between human languages and... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Elephants can detect how dangerous people are by the sounds of their voicesvoice of Maasai warriors from the language and voices of farming tribes that li
Elephants can detect how dangerous people are by the sounds of their voices
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
voice of Maasai warriors from the language and voices of farming tribes that live in the same region, Safina explained. University of Sussex researchers Karen McComb and Graeme Shannon published a study in 2014 documenting this remarkable... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Elephants can detect how dangerous people are by the sounds of their voicesvoice of Maasai warriors from the language and voices of farming tribes that li
Elephants can detect how dangerous people are by the sounds of their voices
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
voice of Maasai warriors from the language and voices of farming tribes that live in the same region, Safina explained. University of Sussex researchers Karen McComb and Graeme Shannon published a study in 2014 documenting this remarkable... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Elephants can detect how dangerous people are by the sounds of their voicesvoice of Maasai warriors from the language and voices of farming tribes that li
Elephants can detect how dangerous people are by the sounds of their voices
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
voice of Maasai warriors from the language and voices of farming tribes that live in the same region, Safina explained. University of Sussex researchers Karen McComb and Graeme Shannon published a study in 2014 documenting this remarkable... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might thinkhappen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might think
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
happen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as Jillian Scudder, an astrophysicist at the University of Sussex, explained to Business Insider in an email, the day might come sooner than we think. Bleeding Earth... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might thinkhappen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might think
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
happen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as Jillian Scudder, an astrophysicist at the University of Sussex, explained to Business Insider in an email, the day might come sooner than we think. Bleeding Earth... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might thinkhappen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might think
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
happen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as Jillian Scudder, an astrophysicist at the University of Sussex, explained to Business Insider in an email, the day might come sooner than we think. Bleeding Earth... Read more
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Business Insider
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might thinkhappen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as
The sun will destroy Earth a lot sooner than you might think
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
happen to Earth when the sun finally does die out in a blaze of glory. And as Jillian Scudder, an astrophysicist at the University of Sussex, explained to Business Insider in an email, the day might come sooner than we think. Bleeding Earth... Read more
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express
Numbskull Nine who shut down London City Airport should have got stiffer sentenceshouse just off Clapham Common. Former grammar school student and “A-level pupi
Numbskull Nine who shut down London City Airport should have got stiffer sentences
express / Posted 13 days ago
house just off Clapham Common. Former grammar school student and “A-level pupil of the year” Esme Waldron, 23, is a University of Sussex film graduate who makes documentaries and says she is an expert on lesbian culture. In court Ben... Read more
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asianage
Advanced alternative to touchscreen on the cardsfor high definition LCD displays such as smartphones and next generation of TV
Advanced alternative to touchscreen on the cards
asianage / Posted 14 days ago
for high definition LCD displays such as smartphones and next generation of TV and computer screens. Physicists at the University of Sussex in the UK are at an advanced stage of the alternative touchscreen technology to overcome the shortfall... Read more
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The New Statesman
Bridget Jones, Blair Witch – how well do this month's sequels fare?Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground, and she remained an experimental radical t
Bridget Jones, Blair Witch – how well do this month's sequels fare?
The New Statesman / Posted 14 days ago
Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground, and she remained an experimental radical to the end, her ideas forged at the vibrant University of Sussex in the 1960s. In a statement to the press on her appointment as a director at the RSC, she avowed... Read more
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dna
New touchscreen technology for gen-next smartphones, TVsfor high definition LCD displays such as smartphones and next generation of TV
New touchscreen technology for gen-next smartphones, TVs
dna / Posted 14 days ago
for high definition LCD displays such as smartphones and next generation of TV and computer screens. Physicists at the University of Sussex in the UK are at an advanced stage of the alternative touchscreen technology to overcome the shortfall... Read more
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PhysOrg
Physicists develop new touchscreen technologyProfessor Alan Dalton. Credit: © brightonpictures.com Physicists at the Univers
Physicists develop new touchscreen technology
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
Professor Alan Dalton. Credit: © brightonpictures.com Physicists at the University of Sussex are at an advanced stage of developing alternative touchscreen technology to overcome the shortfall in the traditional display, phone and tablet material... Read more
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The New Statesman
Revolution in the shed: the radical theatre of Buzz GoodbodyDostoevsky’s Notes from Underground, and she remained an experimental radical t
Revolution in the shed: the radical theatre of Buzz Goodbody
The New Statesman / Posted 15 days ago
Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground, and she remained an experimental radical to the end, her ideas forged at the vibrant University of Sussex in the 1960s. In a statement to the press on her appointment as a director at the RSC, she avowed... Read more
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News.com.au
Unbreakable phone screen created by scientiststo $A70, using silver nanowires and grapheme is far cheaper than ITO. The mate
Unbreakable phone screen created by scientists
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
to $A70, using silver nanowires and grapheme is far cheaper than ITO. The material has been developed by scientists at the University of Sussex in liaison with M-SOLV, a microelectronics firm based in Oxford. Alan Dalton, Professor of Experimental... Read more
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International Business Times
British scientists set to invent 'unbreakable smartphone screen' from silver nanowiresScientists from the University of Sussex say that they are on the verge of inve
British scientists set to invent 'unbreakable smartphone screen' from silver nanowires
International Business Times / Posted 16 days ago
Scientists from the University of Sussex say that they are on the verge of inventing a smartphone screen that cannot be broken, by replacing glass with a new material made from silver nanowire films. Conventional touchscreens are made from glass,... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Sussex scientists on the verge of the unbreakable mobile phone screenscreen Sussex scientists are at an advanced stage of coming up with an unbreak
Sussex scientists on the verge of the unbreakable mobile phone screen
Chichester Observer / Posted 16 days ago
screen Sussex scientists are at an advanced stage of coming up with an unbreakable mobile phone screen. Physicists at the University of Sussex are developing alternative touchscreen technology to overcome the shortfall in the traditional display,... Read more
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Sussex Express
Sussex scientists on the verge of the unbreakable mobile phone screenSussex scientists are at an advanced stage of coming up with an unbreakable mob
Sussex scientists on the verge of the unbreakable mobile phone screen
Sussex Express / Posted 16 days ago
Sussex scientists are at an advanced stage of coming up with an unbreakable mobile phone screen. Physicists at the University of Sussex are developing alternative touchscreen technology to overcome the shortfall in the traditional display, phone and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similarin the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in En
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similar
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
in the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in English language and linguistics at the University of Sussex, said it was possible some words were similar across languages because they are the first noises... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similarin the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in En
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similar
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
in the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in English language and linguistics at the University of Sussex, said it was possible some words were similar across languages because they are the first noises... Read more
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The Age
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similarin the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in En
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similar
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
in the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in English language and linguistics at the University of Sussex, said it was possible some words were similar across languages because they are the first noises... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similarin the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in En
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
in the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in English language and linguistics at the University of Sussex, said it was possible some words were similar across languages because they are the first noises... Read more
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WA Today
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similarin the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in En
Linguistic breakthrough: sounds for words of common objects strikingly similar
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
in the Nyungar language on Q & A. Photo: ABC Dr Lynne Cahill, a lecturer in English language and linguistics at the University of Sussex, said it was possible some words were similar across languages because they are the first noises... Read more
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Jersey Evening Post
Plain-speaking CofE canon to leave Island « Jersey Evening Postat Gouray Church, having spent the previous 23 years as chaplain and senior lec
Plain-speaking CofE canon to leave Island « Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Evening Post / Posted 17 days ago
at Gouray Church, having spent the previous 23 years as chaplain and senior lecturer in literature and psychology at the University of Sussex. The Dean of Jersey, the Very Rev Bob Key, said that he would be sorry to see Dr Ashenden go,... Read more
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Times of Malta
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade dealsare going to be very short of capacity,” said Alan Winters, director of the UK
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade deals
Times of Malta / Posted 18 days ago
are going to be very short of capacity,” said Alan Winters, director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex in southern England. Options include hiring experts from law firms, banks or consultancies, something... Read more
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PhysOrg
Some male mammals make deep resonance mating calls to exaggerate their sizeto have larger body sizes than their potential rivals for mating. The research
Some male mammals make deep resonance mating calls to exaggerate their size
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
to have larger body sizes than their potential rivals for mating. The researchers from University College Dublin and the University of Sussex now believe that this pressure was a key factor leading to the evolution of physical adaptations in some... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade dealsare going to be very short of capacity,” said Alan Winters, director of the UK
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade deals
Eye Witness News / Posted 22 days ago
are going to be very short of capacity,” said Alan Winters, director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex in southern England. INTENSIVE TRAINING Options include hiring experts from law firms, banks or... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade dealsare going to be very short of capacity," said Alan Winters, director of the UK
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade deals
Bdnews24.com / Posted 22 days ago
are going to be very short of capacity," said Alan Winters, director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex in southern England. Options include hiring experts from law firms, banks or consultancies, something... Read more
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Reuters
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade dealsare going to be very short of capacity," said Alan Winters, director of the UK
Britain faces long road to post-Brexit trade deals
Reuters / Posted 22 days ago
are going to be very short of capacity," said Alan Winters, director of the UK Trade Policy Observatory at the University of Sussex in southern England. INTENSIVE TRAINING Options include hiring experts from law firms, banks or... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Atlanta 1996 Olympics e-Book Set for LaunchFootball website, Goal.com Nigeria, and the University of Sussex will on Thursd
Atlanta 1996 Olympics e-Book Set for Launch
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
Football website, Goal.com Nigeria, and the University of Sussex will on Thursday, September 8, 2016, launch an e-book in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of Nigeria's victory in the men's football event of the 1996 Olympic Games. The e-book... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Dr Isatou Touray Unveiled As an Independent CandidateDegree in Development Studies with a specialization in Women and Development.
Dr Isatou Touray Unveiled As an Independent Candidate
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
Degree in Development Studies with a specialization in Women and Development. She also got Doctorate Degree at the University of Sussex, United Kingdom. She also holds a chain of professional certificates and that she is a laureate of many... Read more
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