BAME students feel unsafe on university campus

A racism report surveying 195 students at Goldsmiths, University of London has revealed that almost half of the students are from minority backgrounds and that they have experienced overt or indirect racism from their white peers.

Immigration still a bottleneck, despite re-introduction of post-study work visa

On 20th September, Thursday, a centrist policy think-tank organised a roundtable discussion with the agenda of strengthening UK-India bilateral relations. The seminar organised by 'Global Policy Insights' along with policy advisors from the...

Pharmacist struck off after showing Isis propaganda video to child

A pharmacist who was jailed in October 2017 has been struck off the register after attempting to “indoctrinate” a child with Isis propaganda. Last year, Zameer Abdul Majid Ghumra, was given a six-year jail sentenced at Nottingham Crown Court...

Your Local Pharmacy

Stay Well Pharmacy is a new campaign that aims to raise awareness that the local pharmacy is the first place to go to for clinical advice or over the counter medicines to treat minor health concerns such as sore throats, coughs, colds, tummy...

Teenage singer to raise money for the victims of Nepal Earthquake

Teenage singer Shakila Karim will be performing at a series of gigs to raise money for the victims of the Nepal Earthquake.

Students Becoming Sex Workers For Bills And Curiosity

A new research conducted by Swansea University has revealed that one in 20 students are turning to the sex trade to pay for their University and basic living cost- that is more than 100,000 students across the country. These jobs include prostitution, exotic dancing and stripping. The research also suggests that men are more likely to do so than women.

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