Northumbria graduate wins internship in Parliament
A History graduate is using his internship in the House of Commons to help raise awareness of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.
Pioneering Northumbria researchers take on People, Pavements and Property
Two Northumbria researchers have launched the latest in a series of innovative projects designed to challenge and inform public perceptions of homelessness.
COMMENT: Hoax calls to the PM are the price we pay for democracy
Professor Howard Elcock, examines the pros and cons of open democracy
COMMENT: House of Lords wakes up to sexism in the newsroom
Professor Karen Ross from Arts, Design and Social Sciences discusses a recent House of Lords report highlighting the underrepresentation of women in the media industry
Criminal law academic calls for CCRC reform
A Criminal law expert from Northumbria University, Newcastle, has told the Government that the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) is too complacent and needs urgent reform.