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Why did a court decide that bees are fish, and what does it say about the Rule of Law?
What does the Monarchy symbolise?
Why do we pay MPs?
Does the House of Lords need greater social and geographical diversity?
What lessons can Brexit and Catalonia teach us about Scotland and Indy Ref 2?
The lack of affordable accommodation for permanent residents of many rural and coastal communities is a long-standing problem, as is the related controversy around the ethics and economics of second homes. Many villages have witnessed their younger generation bleed...
There is no ‘phone, internet, or even postal service. You are about to be left on the edge of the known world, a long way from where anyone is expecting you to be. You had intended to settle on a different part of the coast, but the weather and circumstances changed...
What difference would a codified Constitution make to the United Kingdom?
What does an 18th century haunting have to teach us about law and justice in the contemporary world?
This autumn we hosted a workshop aimed at academics interested in using Escape Rooms as a vehicle for teaching and public engagement. Adam Giles of The Great Escape Game presented and answered questions, taking our research on John Dee and Alchemists as a case...