Sunday, October 2, 2022

The night is full of animal life, but scientists know very little about it

Author : Andy Flack, Senior Lecturer in Modern and Environmental History, University of Bristol Human disturbance is rapidly changing the...

occupied regions forced to join Russia while thousands of Russians choose to leave

Author : Jonathan Este, Associate Editor, International Affairs Editor Four parts of Ukraine that are occupied by Vladimir Putin’s war...

Truss’s mini-budget chaos is unsettling an already-fractured Conservative Party – but is removing her...

Author : Christopher Kirkland, Lecturer in Politics, York St John University Prime Minister Liz Truss entered office with the less-than-ideal...

I’ve just returned from Georgia where they are angry about the conflict and fear...

Author : Natasha Lindstaedt, Professor, Department of Government, University of Essex Arriving in the middle of the night at my...

Mental health in the UK is about to get worse – and inequality will...

Author : Thomas Richardson, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Southampton The UK government’s recent mini-budget has come in...

How bonds work and why everyone is talking about them right now: a finance...

Author : David McMillan, Professor in Finance, University of Stirling The Bank of England is buying bonds again. Just as...

Vladimir Putin’s mobilisation order was legal – but will Russians see it as legitimate?

Author : Lana Haworth, Senior Lecturer, Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London, King's College London Vladimir Putin’s edict...

why Russians fleeing conscription should be treated as refugees

Author : Martin Jones, Professor of international human rights law, York Law School, University of York People fleeing across borders...

Getting fit after COVID? Why you should be strength training – and how to...

Author : Jack McNamara, Lecturer in Clinical Exercise Physiology, University of East London After recovering from COVID, you might be...

increasing pressure on part-time workers is the wrong move at the worst time

Author : Lisa Scullion, Professor of Social Policy, University of Salford Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has laid out the government’s “mini...

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