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LSE recommendations behind UK government's new Infrastructure Commission

The UK government’s new Infrastructure Commission, unveiled at the Conservative Party Conference, was one of the key recommendations of the LSE Growth Commission.

Up to £1/2 million of scholarships for refugees at LSE

LSE is significantly increasing the funding available for scholarships aimed at asylum seekers and refugees, in response to the on-going international crisis.

LSE leaps into top 25 in World University Rankings

LSE has climbed 11 places in the 2015 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, up to 23rd in the world, and rises to fifth from seventh within the UK.

Andrew Moravcsik

The Coming Revolution in "Data Access and Research Transparency" in Social Scientific Research 

Advances in qualitative sources' accessibility are transforming the way these sources are used—and cited. Professor Andrew Moravcsik will discuss the multidisciplinary, multi-institutional effort to generate new standards in this digital age. Event date: Thursday 8 October


Germans in Britain 

A touring exhibition created by the Migration Museum Project, that explores the relationship between Britain and Germany, one of the deepest between any two European countries. Although the two wars that devastated 20th century Europe cast Germany and Britain as foes, the nations have long been natural allies with intertwined interests and a shared past. The exhibitions is on display at LSE until 6 November. 

Cameron at 10 - the inside story of Cameron's premiership 

On 11 May 2010, David Cameron entered Downing Street as the youngest prime minister since Lord Liverpool in 1812. He stood at the head of the first Coalition government in 65 years. From the early heady days of the Rose Garden partnership with the Lib Dems - through the phone hacking crisis, defeat over Syria and ‘plebgate’ - authors Anthony Seldon and Peter Snowdon reveal the highs, lows, frustrations and successes of Cameron’s premiership. Event date: Wednesday 14 October

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Dr David Halpern

Speaker: Dr David Halpern (pictured)
Recorded: Tuesday 15 September 2015, approx. 82 minutes                      


Speaker: Edward Lucas
Recorded: Monday 28 September 2015

The Future of Britain and Europe                                       

Speaker: Professor Simon Hix
Recorded: Wednesday 30 September 2015            

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