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LSRadio NEWS

INTERNATIONAL POLITICS HOUR: CLIMATE CHANGE

After yet another stern warning to rapidly reduce climate change from Sir David Attenborough, Molly will discuss the ways that governments fail the efforts to reduce climate change effects.

Five Stories to Watch This Week

As we enter yet another hectic week, LSRadio’s head of news Chris Stringer has picked his 5 news stories to watch this week in national, sporting and local news……

This Week on the International Politics Hour: THE TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL

Technological Advancements: Alternative Present or Genuine Actuality?

THE GLOBAL REFUGEE CRISIS: The Rohingya Refugee Crisis

The Rohingya refugee crisis heightened in August 2017, when the Myanmar Government had increased their military persecution of the muslim minority in the province of Rakhine.

THE GLOBAL REFUGEE CRISIS: Trump and the Honduras Caravan

Despite being the son of Scottish and German immigrants, having a Slovenian wife, and an ex-wife and children from Czech Republic, President Donald Trump is continuing to stand his ground on immigration.

Tony Robinson at the Liverpool Literary Festival

“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall,

All the kings horses and all the kings men,

Couldn’t put Humpty together again”

 

 

I’ve been a fan of Tony Robinson ever since I was old enough to watch Blackadder with my dad and explore the hidden world of England with Time Team, so when an opportunity to see him talk at my very University came along, I had to take it.

Liverpool Strikes Could Continue as UCU Reject Pensions Deal

The Guild has confirmed on Twitter that there is likely to be a further fourteen days of industrial action on campus.

Listen Again: SO Election Results Special

We’re really sorry that our live video coverage of this year’s SO Election Results wasn’t quite up to our usual standards.

Candidate Interviews – Student Officer Elections 2018

Spring is just about sweeping its way across Liverpool, and with similar perennial enthusiasm, this year’s Student Officer candidates are painting the campus every shade of the rainbow with the reasons they should be one of our next Guild officer team this year.

Student Officer Elections 2018- Who’s Been Voting So Far?

Election week is well underway, and as of the end of Tuesday evening around 8.28% of the student body have cast their vote.