Month: May 2019

Vice-Chancellor’s all-staff email – May 2019

Posted on 31 May 2019 by Colin Riordan

Dear colleague The announcement of the Prime Minister’s resignation and the prospect of a successor in place by the end of July clearly in one sense creates a transformed position for the country. In another, unless there is a general election (which appears unlikely given the woeful performance of the Conservative Party in recent elections),
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University of Wales Air Squadron

Posted on 9 May 2019 by Rudolf Allemann

I recently attended the Universities of Wales Air Squadron’s (UWAS) Annual Dinner, where I enjoyed hearing about the many ways in which our students get involved in training and development activities with the RAF and other areas of the Armed Forces. UWAS is one of 15 air squadrons in the UK and provides flying and
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Vice-Chancellor’s all-staff email – April 2019

Posted on 8 May 2019 by Colin Riordan

Dear colleague As we know it is essentially parliamentary arithmetic that has caused the Brexit chaos, along with the fissuring of traditional parties along broadly Leave/Remain lines (though it is a lot more complicated than that of course). The rise of new groupings, and the breaking of new constitutional ground in terms of the relationship
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