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Our chair Tariq Sadiq calls for equality at heart of Greater Cambridge Local Plan at Corn Exchange debate
Isabella Reynolds is a History undergraduate at Oxford but is originally from Cambridge. Here she provides a personal perspective on her experience of inequality at an elite institution. Until the end of March, I was living in university accommodation in Oxford. At my college, most first-year students occupy rooms in a single accommodation block with
The predicted post COVID-19 ‘tsunami’ of mental health problems: what do we currently know? – Jo Lucas
Jo Lucas has worked in the field of mental health since the early 70s when she was a Nursing Assistant at Fulbourn on the Young Peoples Unit. She is now a Non Executive Director of CPFT the NHS trust which runs Fulbourn and the NHS mental health services in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. She also practices as
The closure of schools during the pandemic lockdown has had a massive impact on the educational outcomes of this generation of schoolchildren. Those that were already disadvantaged found themselves hampered even further, not least by the digital divide that has been sharply highlighted by the demands of home-schooling. Phoebe Campbell, a second year Classics student