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The news where you weren’t

Emily Hawkins, Stephen Cole, Megan Baynes and Jessica Frank-Keyes take a look at the stories from around the UK that made headlines this summer Scotland EU students are costing the Scottish government £27m a year, according to figures released by Holyrood, the Scottish Parliament. Strict caps on Scottish students are simultaneously making it increasingly difficult…

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An English national anthem would proclaim what we stand for as a country

MPs have given their initial support to the English national anthem bill, following a motion put forward by Chesterfield MP, Toby Perkins, that proposed the introduction of an anthem specifically for England. This anthem would be used at international sporting events, such as football and rugby matches, in which England have its own independent team….

Sport

Concussion controversy in Six Nations

When I refer to a C-word in sport, many people assume I mean “cheat”, understandably given the prevalence of doping, fixing and tampering in many arenas of the sporting world. However, there is now a word even more taboo than cheat – “concussion”. This year’s Six Nations has thrown the issue firmly into the spotlight,…

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