Katie Archibald discusses the climatic future of the UK and if targets to reduce extreme weather are enough or can even be met.
Niamh Walsh explores how the creative industries have been let down since Britain’s departure from the EU and glimpses into what its future may hold.
Exeter alumni Dr Alex George appointed government mental health ambassador Exeter alumni and A&E doctor, Alex George, has been appointed the UK’s mental health ambassador in an effort to improve young people’s education and access to mental health services. The 30-year-old ex-Love Islander has recently taken to his social media platforms to stress the importance […]
Jack Walton considers if gyms should have been kept open through the continued lockdowns seen in the United Kingdom.
Harry Scott-Munro takes a look at the spin behind the evermore frequent government U-turns and whether this is undermining their position on wider issues.
Survey shows people back coronavirus restrictions but think local lockdowns were mismanaged A survey has found that while there is widespread public support for coronavirus restrictions people believe the local lockdowns this autumn were mismanaged by the government. A recent survey by the University has found that while there is widespread acceptance of the new […]
Devon and Cornwall police are putting a total of £630,000 towards a new domestic violence scheme.
Isaac Bettridge explores the rise of private sector outsourcing in government, and whether or not it has delivered better results.
Sophie Porteous explores the possible shortcomings of the UK government’s proposed plan for students in December so they can travel home for Christmas.
147,000 Eat Out to Help Out meals claimed in Exeter 147,000 meals were claimed in Exeter under the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, saving diners a total of £662,000 in discount. The scheme, which ran every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 August to 31 August, saved diners an average of £4.51 at […]