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This week's Gearty Grilling: Paul Cheshire on the housing crisis|

Paul Cheshire, Professor Emeritus of Economic Geography, argues that green belt land should be used to solve the housing crisis.

 
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First female President of Malawi to launch LSE programme examining women's experiences of public life|

Dr Joyce Banda is visiting LSE as a Visiting Professor as part of the Above the Parapet programme, which examines the experiences of high profile women who have shaped public life.

 
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LSE Library launches Fabian Society Archive|

The Library has made hundreds of pamphlets and minute books from the Fabian Society available on its Digital Library.

 
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LSE statement on Freshers' Fair incident|

The latest news from the School and the SU as action is taken following the distribution of offensive leaflets during Orientation Week including misogynistic and homophobic slurs.

 
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LSE launches specialist entrepreneurship unit|

A specialist unit dedicated to promoting and understanding entrepreneurship’s potential as a powerful force for driving change around the globe has been launched by LSE.

 
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This week's Gearty Grilling: Eileen Barker on cults|

Eileen Barker, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, gets a grilling from Conor Gearty on accusations that she is a "cult apologist".

 
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School can worsen disabled children's behavioural problems, researchers say|

Much more could be done to help children with physical and learning disabilities cope with the challenges they face on entering school, new research suggests.

 
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LSE continues to ride high in rankings| 

LSE has maintained its position as one of the top universities in the world according to the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

 
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This week's Gearty Grilling: Nicholas Barr on student loans|

Nicholas Barr, Professor of Public Economics and architect of the student loan, explains why students should regard it as a graduate tax, rather than a debt.

 
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Where the Scots have led, the English, Welsh and Northern Irish can follow...|

IPA Director, Professor Conor Gearty, looks at the potential fallout of the Scottish independence referendum, and says it is time for constitutional change across the UK. 

 
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LSE Library launches "the Woman's Hour of Westminster" digital archive|

LSE Library has launched ‘Boni Sones and Associates Archive of Women’s Parliamentary Radio and Parliamentary Radio broadcasts’.

 
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Liberian Minister at LSE appeals for help on Ebola|

Axel Addy, Liberia's Minister of Commerce and Industry, appealed for more international help, warning that the Ebola epidemic could explode beyond control.

 
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LSE launches new PPE degree|

LSE has now opened applications for a new, four-year undergraduate PPE degree which starts in October 2015, combining the disciplines of philosophy, politics and economics for the first time.

 
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Lord Stern wins prize for greatest contribution to British energy economics in last decade|

Lord Stern, Chair of the ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy and the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at LSE, has received a prize from the British Institute of Energy Economics.

 
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LSE named University of the Year for Graduate Employment|

LSE has won University of the Year for Graduate Employment in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015.

 
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International investment in London housing market unfairly maligned says housing expert|

International investment kept residential development alive in central London in the aftermath of the financial crisis, and remains important, a leading housing expert will say at a conference at LSE.

 
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Dame Tessa Jowell joins LSE|

The former Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport will be working with LSE Cities and the Department of Government on academic and outreach initiatives.

 

 
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LSE Ranked Second in the World for Social Sciences| 

LSE has maintained its position as second in the world for social sciences, according to the QS World University Rankings 2014/15.

 

 
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Dementia now costs £26 billion a year|

The cost of dementia to the UK has hit £26 billion a year - enough to pay the energy bills of every household in the country, according to a new report co-authored by LSE.

 
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Taste of university life leads to full-time experience for 23 new students|

LSE will welcome 23 new undergraduate students from under-represented backgrounds in October as part of its ongoing commitment to make university education more accessible.

 
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LSE celebrates fifth annual graduation ceremony in Beijing|

LSE held its fifth graduation ceremony in Beijing, China on Monday 18 August 2014, celebrating the success of around 270 graduates with their families and friends.

 
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Psychology of parenting: Mother's personality measured during pregnancy predicts how well children perform in GCSEs|

Babies born to mothers who hold a strong belief that their fate is in their own hands and not down to luck tend to perform better in their GCSEs.

 
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LSE launches new award for asylum seekers|

LSE is set to offer financial support worth up to £20,000 a year for asylum seekers who have been offered a place to study at the School.

 
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Internet speed closely linked to property values|

Home owners in London are willing to pay up to 8 per cent above the market price for properties in areas offering very fast internet speeds, according to a new study.

 
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Black and ethnic minority students less likely to receive offers from university than white students|

University applicants from black and ethnic minority backgrounds are less likely to receive conditional offers than comparable white British applicants according to research from LSE.

 
 
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LSE and ESC announce the launch of a new executive-style MSc to train the next generation of leaders in cardiovascular sciences|

The MSc aims to equip cardiovascular specialists with the health management, economics, research and policy skills required to take on advisory, management or leadership roles within the field.

 
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Two alumni made LSE Honorary Fellows|

Two LSE alumni with a record of outstanding service to public life and the law have been made Honorary Fellows of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

 
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Rising prices, falling wages and welfare cuts – a recipe for debt in Newham|

Households in one of the poorest boroughs in London face crippling debt and financial pressures despite a widespread desire to work and an aversion to high cost lenders, according to a new report from LSE.

 
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Saw Swee Hock Student Centre nominated for RIBA Stirling Prize|

LSE's Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, the first new building commissioned by LSE in over 40 years, has been shortlisted for the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize.

 
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British Academy elects four Fellows from LSE|

Four academics from LSE have been elected Fellows of the British Academy in recognition of their outstanding research.

 
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LSE one of England's biggest university spenders on student outreach and bursaries|

LSE recognised as one of England’s biggest university spenders on student outreach and bursaries, as a proportion of its fee income, in a report from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and The Office for Fair Access (OFFA).

 

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