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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Teacher training in English as an Additional Language

31st March 2014 | Dr Caroline Bligh

Today’s Yorkshire Post reveals how Leeds Met academic, Dr Caroline Bligh, is working with City of Leeds High School to train teachers to give lessons …

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Reflecting on the life of the creator of ‘The Manchester Sound’

27th March 2014 | Dr James McGrath

Dr James McGrath, a lecturer in English, Creative Writing and Music at Leeds Met reflects on the life and impact of record producer Martin Hannett, …

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What does Budget 2014 mean for Health and Wellbeing?

20th March 2014 | Rob Newton

Health and Wellbeing Policy Officer Rob Newton assesses what this week’s Budget means for the health and wellbeing agenda. The Chancellor of the Exchequer’s budget …

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Budget 2014 Reaction: Inequality and the Politics of Budgeting

19th March 2014 | Professor Alex Nunn

Following today’s Budget 2014 speech by George Osborne, Professor Alex Nunn reflects on the decisions made and their impact on inequality in Britain. Inequality The …

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