After questionable student behaviour over the last week, RHUL has introduced financial penalties for those that break COVID-19 laws.
Impeachment looms as US continues to grapple with Capitol riot
After Democrats issued an ultimatum to Vice-President Pence that was not met, Donald Trump looks set to be the only President in US history to be impeached twice.
“Hardest Weeks Ahead”: England to Enter New Lockdown, Government says that Universities Should Move Online
England, along with much of the UK, will enter a new lockdown after recording over 50,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the seventh day running. The advice, once again, becomes "stay at home, protect the NHS, save lives".
New tier four restrictions come into place to cancel Christmas plans for many
Just days after moving Surrey in to Tier 3, the PM was back at the lectern to announce a plethora of new restrictions.
Nearly All of Surrey to Move to Tier 3
Surrey, with the exception of Waverly, will follow much of the East and South East of England into Tier 3 on Saturday.
Album Review: ‘As Long As You Are’ – Future Islands
Niamh takes a look (or listen) at the new Future Islands album 'As Long As You Are'
12:00 - 17:00
Music Through The Afternoon
17:00 - 22:00
Music Through The Evening
Tone is joined by Pink Floyd’s legedary drummer, Nick Mason. Listen in full.
After allegations of a series of parties on campus, the university will inform students of new sanctions later this week.
Three men were stabbed to death only a short 30 minutes away from Egham, in Reading’s Forbury Gardens last Saturday. Here are the events as they unfolded.
Black Lives Matter. Remaining silent is not an option.
The PM addressed the nation to scope out his conditional plan to control the virus, but begin to reopen the country again.
Syed reviews the early access Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord
We’re working with Surrey County Council to make it easy to find support services near you in Surrey.
Meg isn’t letting lockdown stop her raising money for two fantastic charities – CLIC Sargent and Start The Wave. Find out how you can get involved.
The University has outlined how it will deal with the disruption to its summer assessments – students should check with their departments for the most up-to-date information.
The public must NOT go outside except for a very select list of reasons. Police will have the power to deal with non-compliance in the form of measures such as fines.
The government announced the latest stage in its plan to tackle COVID-19, and issued a warning to the population if they don’t adhere to social-distancing advice.