University of Brighton students tell Overtime they will vote Labour in the general election

Our exclusive poll of University of Brighton students shows overwhelming support for a Corbyn-led government.

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F1 2021: Will the new rules deliver?

Tweet Formula One’s revamped set of regulations to be implemented in 2021 were revealed to the public for the first time last month, and it seems that the sport as we know it is set for a gigantic upheaval. Unveiled at the Circuit of the Americas before October’s United States Grand Prix, the plans have been backed unanimously by all ten constructors and are said to bring better racing, create a more balanced competition and make the sport more attractive to potential future entrants. Although the immediate reaction from fans…

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Invisible Men: Menswear through history

Tweet Written by Laia Feliu The Westminster Menswear Archive has compiled more than 170 garments over the last 120 years of predominately British menswear. The pieces included in the exhibition were created by some of the fashion industry’s biggest names including Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney and Jean-Paul Gaultier.  The exhibition aims to explore the language of menswear, which for many years has focused on functional clothing for industrial or military use. Professor Andrew Groves, the curator of Invisible Men said: “Despite the explosion in fashion exhibitions in recent years, menswear…

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