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What the "Manchester City Project" can and must look like under Guardiola


He doesn't give himself a minute's rest. He's pig-headed, football is his everything and he puts so much intensity into everything. Pep's almost got a sickness for football." Xavi Hernandez, one of Spain’s greatest gifts to the beautiful game has succinctly summarised the current Bayern Munich boss in a nutshell.

Perhaps it is this supposed “sickness for football” that has led the
Spaniard to be heralded as one of the greatest managers to grace the

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Sadness behind fun


Elephant riding, selfie with tigers, Huski sledding, sounds super cool right, how many of these activities you’ve done before? No matter where you were, you can always find these activities around you easily.

But, have you ever considered that how these animals are treated. They are not supposed to do so; they were born to be free, plus the fact, they have their animal instincts.

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Training Exercise with Kent Fire and Rescue Service


Kent Fire and Rescue Service is conducting a multi-agency training exercise on 15 June in Shepherdswell near Dover.  Emergency services taking part will include Kent Police, Red Cross, Rapid Relief Team, Kent Fire and Rescue and SE Coast Ambulance Service.

The exercise will see the emergency services respond to a mock incident to test their collaborative response to a large scale 'incident'.  It will take place from 19.00 - 22.00, location to be confirmed.

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JN302 Revision Sessions


Paul will be holding revision sessions for JN302  from 11.00 - 12.00 on the following dates:

12 May, 19 May, 2 June - room PK127                                                                     26 May - room PK107                                                                       


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Maybe one for our graduates? Here's a paid internship in newsrooms in the Ukraine


Journalism students and young journalists with up to five years of experience can apply for a paid internship in newsrooms in the Ukraine.

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Campaigning: An activity for the certain, not the confused


As part of the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign, MPs from the cross-party collaboration have been visiting universities across the country to campaign for students to get involved and vote in the upcoming EU Referendum. 

On 13 April, Amber Rudd MP, the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change and MP for Hastings and Rye, came to the University of Kent's Canterbury campus. 

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Spring brings in the charity bullies


As spring begins to shine through our dreary English clouds, we leave the cover of cars, buses and trains in favour of skipping happily along sunny streets. Cities fill with bustling crowds of busy citizens finally able to enjoy some fresh air. However, this burst of activity also draws something else out of the woodwork – street fundraisers.

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Sensational NCTJ court reporting results Part 2


And just to add one more to the list of people who gained A grades - well done to Evie Dryden!

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Why the tide of sympathy for striking junior doctors has changed


We are once again awaiting a strike by the junior doctors, the 26th and 27th April drawing ever nearer, the fifth strike this year. This elongated debate over contracts dates back to October 2013 when talks began between NHS Employers, acting on behalf of the government, and the British Medical Association (BMA), the trade union for doctors in the United Kingdom, with 37,700 members. Terms of the new contract were up for discussion with a view to implementing it by April 2015.

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