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In the news – 19 April 2016

19 April 2016

Professor Anthony Glees was interviewed about: the European Court of Justice challenge brought by David Davis MP and ‘Privacy’ against the British Government’s investigatory powers on LBC Breakfast News Jeremy Corbyn’s pro-EU speech on the BBC Radio London Vanessa Feltz…

In the news – 12 April 2016

12 April 2016

Professor Glees was interviewed about: Investigatory powers on BBC Radio Four’s Today programme The Panama Papers, David Cameron and Brexit on German National Radio Cameron’s tax woes and Brexit on West German Radio WDR 1, BBC Oxford, WDR5 and North German Radio…

First University of Buckingham Higher Education Festival

7 April 2016

The University is to hold the first ever Buckingham Festival of Higher Education in September. The festival will be modelled on The Sunday Times Festival of Education which Sir Anthony started at Wellington College six years ago and which has…

In the news – 5 April 2016

5 April 2016

Professor Anthony Glees was interviewed about: the Islamist terrorist from Luton convicted of planning an attack on US servicemen at Lakenheath by BBC Three Counties Radio the film of Kim Philby lecturing the Stasi in 1981 by BBC Radio Oxford…

Publication of the week: George Mawhinney

30 March 2016

George R. Mawhinney, “Sentencing murders done for gain: the Court of Appeal and Schedule 21” [2015] 3 Current Sentencing Practice News 8 There has been relatively scarce thematic analysis of the statutory sentencing guidelines for murder’s operation. This article explores the interpretation and…

In the news – 29 March 2016

29 March 2016

Radio and TV appearances by Professor Anthony Glees, regarding the terror attack on Brussels: BBC TV News Channel 7pm News BBC One Breakfast News RTE (Irish State Television) Channel News Asia TV (Singapore) BBC Persian Service TV News BBC Asian…

History of Art MA mentioned in The Guardian

23 March 2016

A Guardian survey of postgraduate degrees in the art market includes a report on Buckingham’s MA in the Art Market and the History of Collections.  Jeremy Howard is quoted, saying “The unique selling point of the course is that it…

The Good Teacher Training Guide 2015

22 March 2016

The Good Teacher Training Guide 2015, Alan Smithers and Mandy-Diana Coughlan, Buckingham: CEER, March 2016. The Government intends to move to an increasingly school-led ITT system.  The latest CEER report provides the first quantitative evidence on how the two new…

Applied Computing students visit the National Museum of Computing

21 March 2016

Applied Computing students had the opportunity to visit The National Museum of Computing on 11 March. Most of them had already heard about the museum and/or Bletchley Park but had never had the opportunity to visit. They received a guided…

Applied Computing students visit Bletchley Park

21 March 2016

On 4 March, a group of Applied Computing students visited Bletchley Park, a historic site a few miles from Buckingham where secret messages, mostly high-profile military information, were deciphered during the Second World War. Some of the students already knew…