Expert in learning difficulties Dr Peter Moxon comments on the slow process of autism assessments across the country and recently highlighted in Wales.
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Sun, sea, sand and tower blocks in Benidorm, Spain (Shutterstock) Dr Brendan Canavan, is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing, in the Department of Logistics, Operations, Hospitality and Marketing at the University of Huddersfield. He writes an article for The Conversation about the extent to which tourism has affected the environment, in particular the landscape of Benidorm, which has the highest density
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Professor of Politics Brendan Evans comments on UKIP’s leadership angst and the possibility of a re-emergence of Nigel Farage.
Computer Science and Informatics researcher Abigail McAlpine comments on Prime Minister Theresa May attending the World Economic Forum in Davos
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Media expert Richard Jones comments on the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority rejecting Fox’s proposed takeover of Sky on the grounds that it is not in the public interest.
Posted in Business Marketing Media Politics Society Tagged in: BBC, Bob Iger, Disney, Fox's proposed takeover of Sky, public interest, Richard Jones media expert, Rupert Murdoch, Sky News, Sky-Fox deal, UK's Competition and Markets Authority, UK's media