Exeter comes together for vigil in solidarity with Ukraine A vigil in solidarity with the people of Ukraine was held in Bedford Square, Exeter at 11am on Sunday 27 February. Organised by the leader of the Exeter City Council, Phil Bialyk, it saw the square filled with members of the local community holding flags, signs, […]
Exeter has been ranked as England’s cleanest city in a new analysis by the ENDS Report, reveals Exeter City Council.
Labour MP for Exeter, Ben Bradshaw, has announced ‘with considerable sadness’ that he will be stepping down from his role at the next general election.
Reports suggest that the University of Exeter “was forced” by the Government to stop using its own COVID-19 testing system, and instead use the national system.
Exeter City Council will be looking into the future of the General Redvers Buller statue on New North Road
Students organise against landlords; rent strike possible In response to emails sent from estate agents regarding rent during the COVID-19 lockdown, students are organising to demand fair treatment. The movement follows the success of 130 Bristol students whose refusal to pay rent has succeeded in Digs Residential Lettings offering zero rent for vacant properties, or […]
Exeter-based airline Flybe has agreed a deal with the UK government to rescue the company from the brink of collapse. The regional airline revealed it has been granted a payment plan by HMRC for “less than £10m” in a bid to prevent the company from entering administration. Established in 1979, Flybe is the UK’s largest […]
Ben Bradshaw, Labour candidate for Exeter, today joined striking university staff on the Streatham picket line. Speaking to Exeposé, Bradshaw confirmed his support for the “local members of the UCU union and the students who are supporting them in their strike. “I’m a trade unionist myself, and I wanted to show solidarity with people who […]
Once again Exeter Pride proved to be one of the most preeminent celebrations of love, diversity, and acceptance across the South West. On its ninth time in a row Devon’s biggest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) festival delivered what we have all come to expect of this event. Thousands of people taking to the […]
The speed everyone walks in Parliament must be at least five times the average pace. Or at least this is what it feels like when three-hundred MPs are thundering past from Portcullis House on their way to the Houses of Parliament to cast their votes for the snap election. It was amongst this hectic flurry […]