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Bath goes blue as Liberal Democrats wiped out

Written by Benjamin Butcher, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

The Bath constituency has elected its first Conservative MP for twenty-three years as the Liberal Democrats are wiped out across the country. 343 more words

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Uni of Bath exit poll reveals clear Tory backing by students

Written by Marco Scozzafava, Sports Editor-elect

As polls opened for what has been deemed the most unpredictable election in British political history, bathimpact conducted their own exclusive exit poll in a survey of over 200 students. 583 more words

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Thousands of Bath students take to the polls as voting opens

Written by Benjamin Butcher, Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Thousands of students from both the University of Bath and Bath Spa University are heading to the polls today as the United Kingdom holds its General Election. 446 more words

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Call for Papers

Radical Americas Symposium 2015

UCL Institute of the Americas – 14-15 September

We are delighted to announce a call for papers and panels for our third symposium to be held at the UCL Institute of the Americas on the 14-15 September 2015.
Read the Call for Papers…

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Man arrested on suspicion of serious sexual assault on campus

Written by Tasha Jokic 

Last night, a case of ‘serious sexual assault’ was reported on campus in the early hours of the morning.

Although few details are known, police were reported searching the Quads this morning with intention of arresting the 22-year-old accused of the assault. 100 more words

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PhD graduates offered on-the-job teacher training

Written by Liv Hows

The second round of applications for a new on-the-job teacher training programme is now being offered exclusively to researchers who have completed a doctorate, or who are in the process of finishing their PhD. 382 more words

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Ben Howlett: the Tory challenging Lib Dems in Bath

Written by Rhys Harry, 

Sorry, that was Downing Street on the phone.” This remark by Ben Howlett, the Conservative Party’s parliamentary candidate for Bath, would usually signify a sense of entitlement and of condescension. 676 more words

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