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In the news: 28 Feb-5 March 2020

News Page 5th March 2020

Northamptonshire Police’s chief constable, Nick Adderley, spoke to our Journalism students at Waterside last week. His comments about the safety of smart motorways were passed on by our students to the Northamptonshire Telegraph, which published a story about the issue.

Richard Rose, Professor of Inclusive Education, had his opinion about the protests against India’s Citizenship Amendment Act featured in the Guardian on Monday.

Our Events Management students were in the BBC Radio Northampton studios on Tuesday promoting the Sunset Stride event they’ve organised for Cynthia Spencer Hospice. The story was also featured on the Northants Chamber website.

Senior Journalism Lecturer, Kate Ironside, provided her opinion on the Labour leadership race on BBC Radio Leicester, on Thursday (starts 1h 45m).

The Chronicle & Echo featured one of our Nursing students who has set up a non-profit company to help children leave mental health wards.

 

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