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Russell Group uni is ‘considering using external staff’ for marking during staff boycott

The uni’s UCU claims staff at an Australian consultancy may be used to grade student essays

Northern Line reopening next Monday after 17 week closure

The service between Kennington and Moorgate will reopen on May 16th, TFL confirms

Marking boycott will hit nine London universities and may impact graduation

These unis might also see ten more days of strikes this term

University of Greenwich tops all London unis for student experience

The uni came in ninth in the country and first in London based on StudentCrowd reviews

Goldsmiths UCU announces a marking and assessment boycott

The boycott could have serious impacts on graduating students

Imperial students will be required to take a social skills module

A compulsory module is being introduced to help students make friends

Man charged with murder of London uni student at her accommodation

The victim’s family described her as ‘the most caring and loving person we have ever known’

Arrest made following murder of 19-year-old London uni student in Clerkenwell

22-year-old Maher Maaroufe was arrested ‘on suspicion of murder and assault’

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Imperial and UCL to give funding support to displaced students and academics

London unis step up efforts to support those affected by war in Ukraine

SOAS students evicted from occupation by ‘over 40 private bailiffs’

Students were allegedly ‘harassed, intimidated, and pushed around’

UCU ‘called further waves of strike actions’ at 14 London unis in late March

There will be five more days of strikes between 21 March and 1 April

Four men found guilty of murdering London uni student during New Year’s Eve party

The film student was last seen after leaving a nightclub in Brighton

More than 30 students occupy SOAS building in solidarity with UCU strikes

Demands include fair workplace and pay, accessibility, and removal of director Adam Habib

Goldsmiths places world’s first queer history degree under ‘existential threat’ this LGBT+ History Month

Two lecturers at risk of redundancy said the course ‘could not operate’ without them

Imperial leaders responsible for ‘a culture of bullying,’ independent report found

Comments like ‘one-armed black lesbian’ were allowed in ‘troubling’ workplace culture

Three London unis pledge against silencing abuse victims with NDAs

UCL, LSBU, and Goldsmiths signed the ‘Can’t Buy My Silence’ pledge