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eremy Corbyn won Labour Party leadership in a landslide victory last month. Image by Wikimedia Commons.

Why Jeremy Corbyn can steal the student vote and win the 2020 election. Who wouldn’t want to jump on the bandwagon of Corbynmania? Well, apart from the self-satisfied toffs in the...

London. Image by Ben Gerdziunas.

WesternEye caught up with existing and disappearing representatives of the university’s societies to bring you a primer on politics at UWE. – Conservative Future The society...

Undeterred by the cold weather, the protesters walked from the     community hall to the site on Duttons Lane.

Amongst people from all over UK, around 50 people from Bristol attended the protest. This act of solidarity signified the nation­-wide opposition to fracking. The amount of support...

Students from both universities joined the protest. Images by Oli Broadhead.

Over a thousand protesters marched through the streets of Bristol, just hours before MPs voted to expand the bombing campaign of Daesh to Syria. The bombing campaign in Iraq has already...

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Students with problems that could cause them to fail assessments are being urged by a campaign group to voice their concerns following a proposed change to assessment policy.  Will...

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‘How did I get here?’ is a series of interviews with creative professionals. This month we’re talking to Robyn Lythe, a Bristol fashion designer who started her own lycra party...

Rovers’ boss Darrell Clarke praised his “special group” of players. Image by Wikimedia Commons.

Taylor substitution the catalyst for second half comeback that puts Rovers two points off playoffs. Bristol Rovers bounced back from their defeat last week in phenomenal style as they...

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The UWE Bullets proved too strong for the Bristol University Barracuda, as they beat them 34-25 at American Football in the Varsity 2015 opener. The Bullets led from the off, as Jamiel...

A recent study published by the World Health Organisation (WHO) has found that red and processed meat such as bacon and sausages can be carcinogenic to humans. Image by John Verive.

Studies have shown that consuming processed meats could make you more susceptible to cancer – but how many rashers of bacon would you have to cut from your diet?   You may want...

General media vehicles often misinterpret scientific publications. Image from CC/www.flickr.com/m01229.

Why you should be sceptical of science news. The coverage of scientific studies by media outlets such as newspapers,television and radios are often given significant credit for what...

Llandoger Trow. Image by pub-explorer.

The Llandoger Trow, King Street,  Bristol BS1 4ER “How the hell do you even pronounce that?” asks Brian as we enter the Llandoger Trow. “Is this some kind of stupid Alex Salmond...

The Cribs came to Bristol’s O2 Academy, ahead of their performance we were lucky enough to catch up with guitarist and vocalist Ryan Jarman. What’s it like being back in the UK...