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Overseas Student Visits up on Last Year Despite Brexit

Published on by Martin Vessey (author)

EU students (photo: Mole)

EU students

Rise in number of overseas students visiting UK believed to be linked to cheap sterling but number of EU students expected to plummet in a "no-deal Brexit".

Amber Rudd Slams UN Poverty Report

Published on by Callum French (author)

UN Rapporteur Philip Alston  (photo: Wang Zhao/AFP)

UN Rapporteur Philip Alston

The new Work & Pensions Secretary isn't happy new UN report.

Council warns services could be reduced to the legal miniumum

Published on by Adam Redondo Pearce (author)

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Services could be disrupted as the council is forced to cut around £46 million from its budget.

Remember, remember the 5th of November, EU citizens cry out.

Published on by Harry Arnold (author)

Campaigners delivering letter to Downing Street.  (photo: )

Campaigners delivering letter to Downing Street.

Protestors from British in Europe and the3million lobby groups gathered in their hundreds at the hub of British politics.

Pressing Pause on Hunting Vote is "Great First Step" According to Activists

Published on by Hope Smyth (author)

East Sussex hunters being sabotaged by Brighton Hunt Saboteurs (photo: Brighton Hunt Saboteurs)

East Sussex hunters being sabotaged by Brighton Hunt Saboteurs

Theresa May has scrapped plans to hold a vote on the fox hunting ban during this parliament.