The Point: Why’s the U.S. interfering in British village politics?

Huawei’s plans to open a 400 million pounds R&D center near Cambridge University runs into the U.S. opposition. But why is the U.S. commenting on a British local decision? Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Website: … Read more The Point: Why’s the U.S. interfering in British village politics?

Coronavirus – The Latest: Are young people the long-term losers of the lockdown?

Subscribe to our Coronavirus podcast with analysis of the impact on health, business and travel in the UK and beyond: https://www.playpodca.st/coronavirus In this episode: As the Prince of Wales warns of the ‘potentially devastating’ impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on young people, The Telegraph’s Family and Education Editor, Sally Peck and Cambridge University psychologist, Dr … Read more Coronavirus – The Latest: Are young people the long-term losers of the lockdown?

Coronavirus UK: How the COVID-19 infection rate differs in each region in England

London and the Midlands have the lowest COVID-19 infection rates in England, according to estimates by Cambridge University. While the R number – the number of people an infected person passes the disease on to – is only an average of 0.4 in London, in the North East and Yorkshire it’s an average of 0.80. … Read more Coronavirus UK: How the COVID-19 infection rate differs in each region in England

British scholar Martin Jacques explores role of governance in pandemic

The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 has now passed 2.5 million globally. Over 177,000 people have died. Yet, the WHO has warned that the worst is yet to come. Tian Wei spoke to Martin Jacques, a senior fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University and author of the book … Read more British scholar Martin Jacques explores role of governance in pandemic

China’s battle against COVID-19: Actions speak louder than words

This episode has interviews with scholars Lan Xue, dean of Schwarzman College at Tsinghua University, He Yafei, former vice foreign minister of the People’s Republic of China, and Dr. Martin Jacques, senior fellow at Cambridge University. They talk about the experience and lessons that the Chinese disease control system learned in the battle against COVID-19. … Read more China’s battle against COVID-19: Actions speak louder than words

Cambridge University researchers discover three coronavirus strains

Researchers at Cambridge University have discovered that the coronavirus mutated into three distinct strains as it spread across the globe. They traced the origins of the epidemic by analyzing 160 genomes from human patients and found that the strain in Wuhan mutated from an earlier version. CGTN spoke to the lead author of the study, … Read more Cambridge University researchers discover three coronavirus strains

Crossfire podcast, Episode 4: The Don

Subscribe to Crossfire for free: https://www.playpodca.st/crossfire The Telegraph’s US Editor, Ben Riley-Smith reveals the untold story of Britain’s role in the Trump-Russia scandal over this six-part series. Spies, lies and an election like no other… Stefan Halper was a respected Cambridge University academic. But in autumn 2016 he was also something else – an FBI … Read more Crossfire podcast, Episode 4: The Don

Miller (No 2), the Case of the Decade?: CULS Lecture

Lord Pannick QC spoke about “Miller (No 2), the Case of the Decade?” on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) speaker programme. This event was designed to enrich the constitutional law tripos module but was open to all year groups interested … Read more Miller (No 2), the Case of the Decade?: CULS Lecture

Mental Health and the Law: CULS Lecture

Richard Martin spoke about “Mental Health and the Law” on Monday 2 March 2020 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) speaker programme. As many Law students apply and compete for vacation schemes and training contracts, concerns surrounding work-life balance and mental wellbeing in the City … Read more Mental Health and the Law: CULS Lecture

Confidence in democracy declines around the world – Cambridge University study

A new study has delivered a huge reality shock to career politicians and liberal elites—that dissatisfaction with democracy has been rising for decades, and especially in the developed world is approaching an all-time global high. MORE: https://on.rt.com/a9zl Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc Check out http://rt.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on … Read more Confidence in democracy declines around the world – Cambridge University study

‘Principle and Pragmatism in Public Law’: The 2019 Sir David Williams Lecture

On Friday 18 October 2019, Lady Brenda Hale delivered the 2019 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled “Principle and Pragmatism in Public Law”. The Sir David Williams Lecture is an annual address delivered by a guest lecturer in honour of Sir David Williams, Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of English Law and Emeritus Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University. … Read more ‘Principle and Pragmatism in Public Law’: The 2019 Sir David Williams Lecture

Prathiba M. Singh Cambridge Law LLM Scholarship Award 2019

A reception held at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, on 15 October 2019 to welcome Prathiba M. Singh, and award the Prathiba Singh Scholarship to two LLM students for 2019. The event was presented by Cambridge University Vice Chancellor Stephen Toope, and Pro Vice Chancellor Eilís Ferran. For more information about the scholarship … Read more Prathiba M. Singh Cambridge Law LLM Scholarship Award 2019

HLS Library Book Talk | Transparency in Health and Health Care in the United States: Law and Ethics

In June 2019, Cambridge University Press published Transparency in Health and Health Care in the United States. This volume, edited by Holly Fernandez Lynch, I. Glenn Cohen, Carmel Shachar, and Barbara J. Evans, stems from the Petrie-Flom Center’s 2017 annual conference, which brought together leading experts to reach better understandings of this health policy buzzword, … Read more HLS Library Book Talk | Transparency in Health and Health Care in the United States: Law and Ethics

Are Anti-Malaria Tablets Safe or Are They Causing Terrifying Side Affects? | This Morning

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1JM41yF As police in Madagascar investigate the horrific death of Cambridge University student Alana Cutland who jumped to her death from a small plane, there is growing concern that her death might have been the result of a psychotic episode caused by the anti-malaria tablets she was taking. So just how … Read more Are Anti-Malaria Tablets Safe or Are They Causing Terrifying Side Affects? | This Morning

Land Law: Q&A with the Law Commissioner: CULS Panel event

On 26 November 2018, the Cambridge University Law Society (CULS) presented a panel Q&A on the Law Commission’s 2018 Report “Updating the Land Registration Act 2002”. The panel featured Professor Nicholas Hopkins (Law Commissioner for Property Law), Judge Elizabeth Cooke (Principal Judge of the Land Registration Tribunal), Amy Goymour and Professor Martin Dixon (to be … Read more Land Law: Q&A with the Law Commissioner: CULS Panel event