Just days after ministers defended the localised system of tiers across England, the PM decides that strict, countrywide restrictions are now necessary. Stay at home, protect the NHS, save lives.
Police arrest two after Swastika appears in Royal Holloway’s Library
The pair have since been released on bail while the Police continue their investigation.
Convictions of Campaigners and Journalists Shake Democracy In Hong Kong
Seven leading figures in Hong Kong's democracy movement have been convicted for their role in organising protests.
Myanmar Suffers Deadliest Day of Military Coup After Police Open Fire on Protestors
Protestors have been on the streets since the military took power on February 1.
Trump Avoids Capitol Punishment: What’s next?
The latest saga in the Trump show may not be the last, but there is a country here that still needs running.
Former-president Donald Trump acquitted of impeachment charges
For a second time, former President Trump has been acquitted.
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Hundreds have gathered to mourn the death of the three victims killed in yesterday’s attack only a few hours before the new COVID-19 lockdown was imposed.
The Music Team reviews Sundara Karmas latest song ‘Kill Me’ having only listened to it once. The track blends upbeat fast paced instrumentals with more pessimistic lyrics. Do they have another hit on their hands?
The University said the behaviour of a small minority failed to meet the high standards being set by the majority of students.
Elmbridge Borough Council leader, Stuart Selleck, warns residents not to expect the tighter restrictions to come to an end when they’re reviewed in two weeks time.
Harry Mear talks us through the new coronavirus tiered restrictions and talks to a Royal Holloway student currently isolating.
Rebeka Erdelyiova takes us through the governments new measures, and what that means for the local area.
Police today arrested a 30 year old man charges of possession with intent to supply class A drugs.
The event, which would have seen the controversial ex-MP Chris Williamson speak to students, has been cancelled by the SU following strong criticism.
A run down of whats been going on around the world this week
The University didn’t say whether the infected person was a staff member or a student, but did confirm that there were no other positive cases at this time.
After questionable student behaviour over the last week, RHUL has introduced financial penalties for those that break COVID-19 laws.