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The ability to speak our mind is a much cherished freedom of the society in which we live, but one that I believe recent events at Lincoln University Union have suggested is sadly under threat. The recent brief suspension of Lincoln's Conservative Society simply for sharing an image from a study that suggested Lincoln University ranked as "very intolerant" on freedom of speech, appears to be illustrative of an endemic problem throughout many campuses.
When we talk about learning, we usually imagine classrooms, books, maybe computer screens - but the most important form of
So yes: it is time for universities to do some serious reviews on what they offer to large segments of their students. But when one looks at the bigger picture rather than individual cases, studying at higher education institutions does remain a good investment in all fields when it comes to judging the return on students' investment.
Politicians, while united in their view that social mobility needs to improve, differ in their solutions on how to accelerate it. The gap between poor and better-off students is narrowing, but there is still a long way to go.
As young entrepreneurs go, Ted Nash has done a lot in his 23 years, having started his first business, an online shopping
University friends Tom Brooks and Peter Dowds decided last year to pack in their high-flying City careers to go into business
After having to decide between three Dragons fighting to invest in their luxury tea blend line "PHOM", things have taken
26-year old Darryl Adie is helping top retailers improve their online stores through his ecommerce agency, Ampersand Commerce
Ollie Forsyth has been through a lot, after being bullied at school for his dyslexia and told by his peers that he would
24-year old entrepreneur James Flynn has been a very active businessman, having set up three firms with his business partner