Manchester born-and-bred Zahra Iqbal discusses the unforgivable attitude of Boris Johnson to her home county.
The Gryphon spoke to Hyde Park venues and pub-goers on what the future of tighter local restrictions and the effect on the hospitality in the wake of a local spike As the number of COVID-19 […]
Alexandra Stewart reflects on Rishi Sunak’s recent comments on workers having to retrain and find new jobs in the wake of COVID-19
Ana Hill Lopez-Menchero reports on the current situation around the University of Leeds.
Leeds scientists are leading a new study into shortening lifespans of trees.
The Gryphon spoke to virologist Dr. Stephen Griffin from the Leeds School of Medicine about the science behind the new rule. Last week in a speech to the House of Commons, Boris Johnson laid out […]
Today on Call Keir, the Leader of the Labour Party listened to the concerns of freshers’ and their families.
The long-awaited NHS track and trace app was finally released in England this week… however with doubts rising surrounding the performance of the app and data protection issues, it is uncertain how popular the app will be.
POLIS students Freya Curtis, Eleanor Noyce and Victoria Pearce wrote an open letter to Deputy Vice Chancellor Tom Ward calling for the university to ‘review and reverse’ their decision.
The letter gathered nearly 100 signatures from fellow POLIS students and describes the amended module catalogue as ‘Eurocentric, westernised and whitewashed’.
New restrictions will be enforced at midnight tonight, impacting 780,000 people in the Leeds area. Those living in Leeds are not to meet people you do not live with, inside a private home or garden […]
Everyone’s favourite independent cinema comes to campus for Freshers’ Week.
The climate activism group blockade roads towards Murdoch-owned printing sites in criticism of the outlets’ approach to climate change.