Leeds scientists are leading a new study into shortening lifespans of trees.
As we progress through the pandemic, Leeds City Council face backlash from Leeds Trades Union Council. This is due to a cuts of services and jobs proposal, reflecting the unfulfilling government budget. For the financial […]
Former University of Leeds students have taken legal action against the University following a data breach back in May 2020. The attack, which also extended to other universities including Reading, Birmingham, Surrey and Kings College […]
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says university students will be allowed to go home for Christmas, but they may need to enter a 2 week self-isolation period before returning. The government is under pressure to guarantee […]
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 […]
Alcohol products have experienced a spike in sales during lockdown, rising by over a third (36%) according to data compiled by Just Eat and City Pantry. All regions across Britain experienced this spike in alcohol […]
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.
Leeds TUC join over 2,000 opponents of the Leeds-Bradford airport expansion.
The group, which includes organisations Our Future Leeds, Voluntary Action Leeds, Together for Peace and Leeds Tidal, wants to create a “zero-carbon, socially-just and liveable city by 2030”. The funds will be directed to meet […]
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 […]
In this article, Hollie Tuffnell discusses the findings of recent research at the University of Leeds, Ediburgh and Imperial College London.