The Labour Party plans to guarantee young people independent and face-to-face advice, delivered by careers professionals trained to give information and guidance on academic and vocational qualifications.
Professor of Obstetrics, Siobhan Quenby shares her views on the new NHS guidelines released today for expectant mothers.
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.
The latest blog from Professor Nigel Thrift, Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of Warwick:
UK employment has risen by more than half a million over the last year, and employment is now back to pre-recession levels. Why has employment performed so well, despite output 'bumping along the bottom' and remaining 3% below its pre-recession peak? Dr Jennifer Smith from the Department of Economics explains.