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“We Can Build Better Prisons Than This”: Plans For New Leeds Student Halls Delayed

Members of Leeds City Council’s planning panel voted unanimously in favour of temporarily blocking the decision to build 188 new student flats on Park Lane… Read More

‘All of Them Means All of Them’: Revolution in Lebanon

Floods of demonstrators have taken to the streets of Lebanon to protest the dire living conditions the country has endured for decades.  Demonstrations began on… Read More

39 Found Dead in Refrigerated Lorry in Essex

Last Wednesday, 39 dead bodies were found in a truck close to the Watergate Industrial Park in Essex. At first the police believed that all… Read More

Staff Unions Balloting For Strikes, with Possible Action Before Christmas

As we speak, the trade union Universities and College Union (UCU), who represent a majority of University of Leeds teaching staff, are balloting on whether… Read More

Extinction Rebellion Causes Disruption After Activists Climb On Top Of Roof

During the rush hour at Canning Town and Shadwell, Stratford, eight protestors climbed on top of a train to bring awareness to the growing issue… Read More

Both Hong Kong and Pro-Chinese Government Students Protest in Leeds

Last Wednesday, two groups of protestors turned up in Leeds City Square opposite the Queen’s Hotel to express their views about the protests in Hong… Read More