Labour has started a welcome debate on higher education funding

You are right to highlight how our universities are under threat from Brexit, creeping privatisation and the government’s dogged determination to reduce net migration (Editorial, 30 May). Higher education makes an invaluable contribution to our economy and society, and has a crucial role to play in developing the highly skilled workforce upon which future growth depends. By its very nature, higher education is international, and the exchange of knowledge across borders is critical to its success. If we are to preserve our global reputation for excellence, our institutions must be…

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HDR: welcome to the following huge shift in home entertainment

in relation to the destiny of tv 4K might be stealing a variety of the limelight, however it might be high Dynamic variety (HDR) that brings the large soar in photograph quality we have been awaiting. Now that the UHD Alliance has included HDR in the UHD top class specification, the generation has been cemented as being of same significance to the new 4K decision. It must be covered if manufacturers want their equipment to hold the UHD premium label. unluckily HDR isn’t always simply something that hardware manufacturers want…

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Brighton & Hove Albion to welcome new Aloft hotel

Starwood Hotels & Resorts has entered into a franchise agreement with Brighton & Hove Albion to open a new Aloft hotel in the popular southern England coastal city. The 150-room Aloft Brighton, which is due to open in September 2017, will expand the brand’s growing footprint to four hotels in the UK, including two in London (Aloft London Tobacco Dock opens 2018), one in Liverpool and now one in Brighton. “This agreement illustrates the strong demand for stylish, yet affordable accommodation in mature and strategically important cities such as Brighton,”…

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GoldenEye, Jamaica, to welcome new luxurious beach huts

March 2016 will see the vision of Island Records founder, Chris Blackwell, take one step further with the completion of 26 new beach huts on the luxurious Jamaican resort of GoldenEye. Designed by Jamaican architect Ann Hodges, the 26 freestanding one or two bedroom beach huts seamlessly merge outdoor and indoor living. The octagonal design and private veranda, oversized louvered windows and high ceilings, eradicate the need for air conditioning, providing the perfect spot for relaxing from the Jamaican heat. Custom-designed Jamaican furniture and African fabrics enhance the understated cool…

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