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Brexit means Brexit...or does it?
In July of 2016, just days before becoming Prime Minister, Theresa May asserted that 'Brexit means Brexit' and reiterated that Brexit will go on as planned and there will be no attempts to stay in the European Union. Fast forward 15 months, and headway to strike a deal with the EU and manufacture a smooth exit seems doubtful.
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The Most Annoying Reading Habits
Leah Walker tells us what really grinds her gears about other book readers.
Katie McGrath as Morgana le Fey in BBC's 'Merlin'
Which Witch for Hallows’ Eve?
Zoe Little gives us a brief history of witches in Western literature and tells us how literature has shaped our view of witches today.
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Islamic State defeat in Iraq
Driven out of Hawija: Is the Islamic State down-and-out in Iraq?
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Fashion News - On Fleek this Week
Find out this week's round up of Fashion News.
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Five questions to ask yourself when buying menswear
how do ensure you are buying the right stuff
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Book Review: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
“The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it… It is simply there, when yesterday it was not.”
What are the vital benefits of wayfinding signage for UK universities
It is critical to understand how Wayfinding Signs are vital for the success and efficiency of universities.
Virtual reality is being used in new car designs
Ford is now using virtual reality to design new vehicles
Jamie Mercer looks at Ford's virtual reality announcement at Microsoft Ignite 2017 and explores how it will work.
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Baldingate: How one interview highlighted the frustrations of journalism
Kettle's Emily Baker comments on the scandal that ensued after Clare Balding was accused of altering an interview with journalist Ginny Dougary.