2014

RAF Typhoons serve up a reminder that air travel is safer than ever

RAF Typhoons serve up a reminder that air travel is safer than ever

Posted by sb661 at Mar 31, 2015 11:45 AM |

In an article for The Conversation Dr Simon Bennett, Director of the Civil Safety and Security Unit, discusses the hoax bomb threat aboard Qatar Airways flight QR23 and how Royal Air Force Typhoons are used

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Finding a home for stateless people is easier said than done

Finding a home for stateless people is easier said than done

Posted by ap507 at Nov 13, 2014 10:00 AM |

Dr Kelly Staples from the Department of Politics and International Relations discusses how stateless people can struggle to find a place to call home

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It’s unofficial, but Catalonia’s independence vote has the power to prompt change

It’s unofficial, but Catalonia’s independence vote has the power to prompt change

Posted by ap507 at Nov 06, 2014 04:05 PM |

Berta Barbet Porta, a Politics and International Relations PhD Student, discusses on The Conversation how social change can occur after votes for independence

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British undercover police never had a moral compass to lose

British undercover police never had a moral compass to lose

Posted by sb661 at Oct 27, 2014 11:55 AM |

Dr Jon Moran discusses the unethical behaviour occurring in undercover policing in the UK in The Conversation

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Police opposition to Harry Roberts’ release reflects murky history of his case

Police opposition to Harry Roberts’ release reflects murky history of his case

Posted by sb661 at Oct 24, 2014 12:35 AM |

Professor Yvonne Jewkes from the Department of Criminology, discusses on The Conversation the news that Harry Roberts is to be released from prison and how this news brings back his history.

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Human rights law protects us all

Human rights law protects us all

Posted by sb661 at Oct 13, 2014 09:05 AM |

Professor Liz Wicks discusses in the Leicester Mercury the Conservative Party’s proposals to radically revise the legal protection of human rights in the UK and she suggests that they are poorly thought out, legally misguided and rather ominous

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