Sunday, October 09, 2016

Six of the Best 633

"This is not only yet another misguided and myopic attack on overseas students, it is also an insult to the rich diversity of universities on display within UK higher education. Because the fact is, universities excel in different academic areas." Johanna Waters has no time for Amber Rudd's plans for a new student immigration regime.

Steven Duckworth offers a strategy for Labour moderates following the re-election of Jeremy Corbyn.

"Jura was everything that was threatened in Nineteen Eighty-Four; it offered an abundance of wild natural beauty, and required a visceral physicality of its inhabitants. Orwell understood these qualities to be among the precious constituents of human freedom." Madeleine Bunting argues that the Hebrides have shaped British culture.

Wolfgane Suschitzky, photographer and cinematographer, died this week at the age of 104. The Daily Telegraph obituary tells you about his remarkable career..

Francis Thackeray on a new twist in the Piltdown Man hoax.

Line by line, Football 365 takes apart Robbie Savage's argument that Ryan Giggs should have been appointed manager of Swansea City.

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