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Reading in the news - Tues 10 Sept

Release Date 10 September 2019

Reading in the news

 

Al-Jazeera on the decision to publish all communications on the suspension of Parliament by government ministers.

Speaker resigns: John Bercow MP’s visit to the University is mentioned in a piece by The Daily Mail which calls him ‘one of the worst Speakers in history’.

Land ownership ranking: The University is mentioned in a blog by WONKHE on the different University rankings which are now on offer, citing the University’s standing as one of the top land-owning institutions.

Brexit protests: RUSU President Molli Cleaver is quoted in an article by The Guardian on proposed student anti-Brexit rallies.

Teetotal students: A third year student of the University is quoted in an article by Optima Magazine on the growing trend amongst students to forego alcohol.

QS Rankings: The University’s is mentioned in an article by Farmers’ Weekly about the world’s top agriculture universities for 2019.

 

Other News

 

  • Professor Richard Harris (Education) is quoted in a piece by TES on tips for job-hunting teachers.
  • The University is mentioned in an interview with Florence Rabier by The Parliament, citing the decision to locate the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) in Reading.
  • The University is mentioned in an article by South West Farmer about a new foot-and-mouth vaccine licence.

 

 

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