Princess Charlotte, the only daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, is celebrating her fifth birthday today.
A new mosque in Cambridge is Europe's first green mosque. The founders say it's been built to operate at an almost zero carbon footprint. The facade of the building is finished in brick, complementing the materials already found in the local neighbourhood of Victorian terraced houses. The mosque has no minaret and the call to prayer will not be broadcast outside the building.
Tuesday's announcement is a good step but Cambridge must become pre-emptive and not reactive – the onus has been too often been placed on marginalised students to do the work which the university should have already been doing
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex have been receiving large amounts of abuse on social media, according to Kensington Palace. The official instagram account for the palace has been working to clear offensive comments, often racist and sexist in nature. In response to this, and other online abuse, Hello Magazine has launched a campaign to tackle negative commentary. But recently, various publications in the British media have come under fire for their own negative commentary - particularly that of Meghan Markle.
He was punched five times, police report.
Professor Stephen Hawking said in an interview with the New York Times: “Life would be tragic if it weren’t funny” This encapsulates
Why we – five university students – are challenging the political community to think beyond the short-term
Inequality is causing knife crime, and killing our young people
Students called for the 'decolonisation' of the English Literature course.
English Literature lecturers at the University of Cambridge will not be “forced” to drop white writers from the curriculum