Abortion still an issue 50 years after its legalisation

Tweet Abortion is often swept under the carpet because it still is uncomfortable, claims an anti-abortion group Hastings representative. A recent anti-abortion street display carried out by Abort 67 nearby Hastings NHS abortion clinic saw the strong opposition of pro-choice abortion supporters, proving the debate around this issue is still alive 50 years after 1967 Abortion Act.   Susanne Molina, Abort 67 Hastings representative, said the argument is still open as abortion involves the life of “innocent human beings”. Ms Molina claimed there is a need to speak about abortion….

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Open feelings about the closing university

Tweet The Hastings campus belonging to the University of Brighton is closing and we all know it but what are the staff and students that attend the establishment thinking about the whole situation? James Ormerod who is a sociology lecturer at the campus said: “I think there’s no doubt that the campus has been a success for students. In particular, students in the local area.”   Priory Square building has been operating since 2012 and has taken just five years for the university to vacate the building. Students who have…

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Overworked and underpaid: Now nurses and midwives are forced to pay student loans

Tweet Many of our most vital university students have been left feeling frustrated and unsupported by the government’s decision to scrap bursaries and replace them with student loans. Under the new system that kicks in this September, nursing and midwifery students will be treated like most other undergraduates in England. They will have to pay tuition fees of up to £9,000 per year which will begin to be repaid once they start earning more than £21,000, just under their average salary. A majority of students feel this is grossly unfair…

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