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Party promises fall short on tackling UK food poverty

Earlier today, the Trussell Trust announced that they had provided over one million people with emergency food aid in 2014-15 (http://www.trusselltrust.org/stats, accessed 22 April 2015). 408 more words

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For the Common Good: The Environment in the General Election 2015

Professor Jenny Pickerill, 21st April 2015

Views posted in comment articles are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the University of Sheffield. 568 more words

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Students and their role in Critique

There is a current wave of student occupations across London. KCL, LSE, UAL, Goldsmiths  have all been targeted, and I’m sure more are brewing. 540 more words

Human Geography

Would you join the Islamic State...

…If they had a really slick and sophisticated media campaign that made them look ‘legit’ and organised?

…If they had a strong social media presence, so they’re easy to communicate with and connect to? 249 more words

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Sorry to Burst your Bubble!

After years of taking the jeepney, I have, without thinking about it, an understanding of how a jeepney slowly fills up. But after we talked about territoriality and personal space in Geography 1, I became curious about how the jeepney displays the perfect examples of humans’ bubbles. 762 more words

Performing Ethnography at Hunt & Darton Café

By Catherine Wilkinson

On Wednesday 25th March, I took up my Researcher in Residence placement at Hunt & Darton Café in Manchester. Hunt & Darton Café is an award-winning pop-up café which unites art with the everyday. 621 more words

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