Peter Cameron

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1612, 2016

A Bulgarian Christmas

By |December 16th, 2016|Opinion, Student Life|Comments Off on A Bulgarian Christmas

By Daniela Videva,
21-year-old third year student from Plovdiv in Bulgaria, studying Media and Communication (Public Relations)
I often get asked whether people in Bulgaria celebrate Christmas. And my answer is always – ‘YES!’ People assume we don’t have this tradition because we are an Orthodox country. It may not always be as commercialised as in the UK […]

1412, 2016

Doping controls in gyms – ineffective, costly and more common than you think

By |December 14th, 2016|In The News|Comments Off on Doping controls in gyms – ineffective, costly and more common than you think

By Dr Katinka van de Ven, Lecturer in Criminology, Birmingham City University and Kyle J.D. Mulrooney, PhD Fellow, Doctorate in Cultural and Global Criminology, University of Kent.
(This article first appeared on the Conversation)
Anti-doping is not just something that exists in elite sports; it’s increasingly being applied to recreational gym users. While most countries focus on prevention […]

2009, 2016

One hundred voices – mental health homicides

By |September 20th, 2016|In The News, Opinion|Comments Off on One hundred voices – mental health homicides

By Kim Moore, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health

Statistics published earlier this month outlining the number of homicides carried out by people with mental illnesses, have hit the headlines in local and national media.  A loud sense of outrage is encouraged by some sections of the media, whose emotive terms and poignant stories work to vilify […]

510, 2015

George Osborne steals Labour’s National Infrastructure Commission – five years after the Tories abolished it

By |October 5th, 2015|Opinion|Comments Off on George Osborne steals Labour’s National Infrastructure Commission – five years after the Tories abolished it

By Professor Alister Scott – Professor of Environment and Spatial Planning who specialises in policy and decision making processes
George Osborne’s announcement today that an unelected super-panel will be tasked with ruling on infrastructure projects shows a complete lack of faith in existing government guidance and legislation to build what is needed.

In unveiling his plans, Osborne […]