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Do pre-entry language tests infringe the human rights of migrants to the UK?

Associate Professor of Law Dr Helena Wray discusses the Supreme Court case of Bibi v SSHD, to which she provided extensive expert evidence.

On 25 and 26 February 2015, the Supreme Court heard an appeal from the Court of Appeal judgment in… 1,203 more words

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We don't need no legislation: wildlife protection depends on enforcement

With the General Election approaching, green criminologist and Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Middlesex University Dr Angus Nurse examines party policy in relation to wildlife crime.  905 more words


Event: Creative Economies

This event will be hosted by Aaqil Ahmed, Commissioning Editor Religion and Head of Religion & Ethics at the BBC

Venue: The Council Chamber, BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London W1A 1AA… 318 more words

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Fostering collaboration between the police and industry in the prevention and investigation of online child abuse

Professor Julia Davidson, Co-Director of the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies (CATS) at Middlesex, and her colleague Jeffrey DeMarco, CATS Research Fellow, reveal some early findings from their latest research project. 564 more words


Block 3

In Block 3 we will learn how to design a system, also we will explore how to work effectively with multi-component systems and finally we are going to program a robot.

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NHS guardians won’t help whistleblowers unless they’re protected from bullying too

In the wake of the Francis report into whistleblowing in the NHS, Leadership, Work and Organisations Senior Lecturer Elizabeth Cotton comments on the proposal for a Freedom to Speak Up ‘Guardian’ to be installed in every NHS trust. 905 more words

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A question of personhood

Green criminologist and Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Middlesex University Dr Angus Nurse discusses the recent US court case concerning Tommy the chimp, a captive animal who campaigners argue should have the right to bodily liberty. 1,156 more words

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