Prof. David Evans - Possible that a successful GSK Ebola vaccine might help in this outbreak due to underestimating the number of cases
Despite the recent involvement of UK and US military personnel there remains a massive shortfall in the resources needed to control the outbreak in West Africa. Current reported cases and deaths are probably a two-fold (or greater) underestimate - This being the case, it is still possible that a successful GSK Ebola vaccine might help in this outbreak.
Prof Swaran Singh and Prof Max Birchwood - The new mental health wait time target is crucial and parity with cancer is overdue
Nick Clegg has unveiled waiting time targets for people with mental health problems in England. Professor Swaran Singh and Professor Max Birchwood, from Warwick Medical School, have carried out research into early intervention services for mental health.
The confrontation between demonstrators and the authorities in Hong Kong bears many of the same features as that in Beijing in the summer of 1989. Both sides seem to be edging into intransigent positions that will make mutual accommodation more difficult.
Dr Gabriel Glickman of the University of Warwick's Department of History argues: Images of domineering English imperialists or scrounging Scots unable to stand on their own two feet have been with us for centuries, and they have pockmarked this campaign. But the ‘no’ campaigners need to show that this is at best a partial view of British history.
Dr Sarah Richardson of the University of Warwick's Department of History argues that the Yes campaign is narrowing the gap in the Scottish Referendum because, in part, of the complacency from Westminster and swing voters having “played a key role in determining the relationship between England and Scotland from 1707”.