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A map of the UK made with money


Study examines impact of local authority budget cuts on election results

15 July 2014 Cuts to local authority budgets in England are disproportionately affecting councils in the North and those in the most deprived areas, according to a new report.

Leading the debate

Galaxies research

Evolution of galaxies' secrets revealed

7 July 2014 Our latest research on how galaxies develop is deepening our understanding of the Milky Way.

The biggest questions in science
A Hubble Space Telescope image of the central part of the galaxy IC5063. The brighter part at the centre shows the region where the jets driven by the supermassive black hole are blasting material out of the galaxy.
A person being immunised

TB research

Over 50 million children infected with tuberculosis

8 July 2014 A new study quantifying the global TB burden among children points to a huge undiagnosed reservoir of TB.

Quantifying the TB burden

Expert comment

The Lib Dems' identity problems

Katharine Dommett, Research Fellow in British Governance and Politics at the University discusses the identity problems suffered by the Liberal Democrats.

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A yellow Liberal Democrat election rosette

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