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“Ed Miliband is not brave enough to admit that capitalism is

On 4th February, in an article titled “The Inequality Problem”, Ed Miliband discusses the current gross levels of inequality and the lessons he learned while fighting against it during his time as leader of the labour party.

 
 
 
Polish women protest against abortion rules

In 1975, the women of Iceland abandoned all household chores and refused to work for a day to change the way they were seen in their country and to fight for their equality.

 
Reward and Recognition scheme for societies.

Reward and Recognition scheme for societies.

 
What do British students think about US elections?

SU Media want out on campus and asked Plymouth University students what they think about the US Elections.

 
3 Journal Apps For University Students

Looking to take a break during some dissertation writing? Or finished a lecture and feeling the panic? There are many tools that can help you.

 
Impact of the refugee crisis, what impact?

Since 2015 Britain has been caught in the sweep of the refugee crisis. While the effects have reverberated all-round the world the brunt of the refugees have attempted to cross the Mediterranean and make it to western Europe.

 
 
You Me At Six – A New Single Review

You Me At Six have done it again. They have surpassed their past selves with their new single ‘Night People’ creating a delicious compilation of sound that can be devoured for those moments of sassy walks.

 
A Band On Hope: A New Album Review

What happened when The Scribes front man Ill Literate and multi instrumentalist and producer Kristian Sharpe got together? Only one of the best collaborations of the year! A Band on Hope merges Sharpe’s multi-genre experience with the caustic reality of Ill Literate’s lyrics, distilling it all into a self-titled 13 track masterpiece.

 
Staff Feature – Vicky Greenway

Welcome to the UPSU Staff Feature – an area of the website where we acknowledge the contribution of a member of UPSU’s outstanding team of staff.

This month, we feature Vicky Greenway, Finance Assistant.

 
Development of Supervisory Skills

All staff at UPSU take part in annual development meetings where they can discuss their development needs with their line manager. Through this process, we identified a need for some of our coordinators, team-leaders, supervisors and deputy managers to develop their skills in supervision of staff.

 
 
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