There is no doubt that the Coronavirus outbreak holds significant threat to the UK economy with the possibility of significant rises in unemployment, the bankruptcies of many small business and many undergraduates seeking postgraduate degrees rather than entering the world of work due to the precariousness of the economy for the next two years…
Philip II, the father to Alexander the Great quite often goes under the radar due to the successes of his son. But Philip’s legacy is just as important as Alexander’s for one key reason. Alexander would most likely not have succeeded had it not been for Philip.
After the paralysis of British politics was ended on Friday morning, Thomas Nurcombe turns to American politics and begins to tackle the imminent race for Democratic nominee, and the rise of Michael Bloomberg.
The University of Nottingham’s, History and Ancient History Student, Thomas Nurcombe argues that:
‘Helen is one of the only figures who has never left the human imagination in almost 3,000 years’ and yet her true identity remains contentious.