Elliot Mulligan

The North-South divide at British universities

Teenagers in the northern part of England are less likely to go into higher education than their southern counterparts, a recent report has revealed. An investigation by Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner, stated that children in the north suffer from several disadvantages that affect their prospects of going to university and...
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Posted Apr. 18, 2018

Lord Baker on Brexit, Corbyn and the UCU strikes

Lord Baker emerges from his previous interview several minutes earlier than we were expecting. “Are we going to go for a drink?” he asks hopefully. Margaret Thatcher’s education secretary clearly has no intentions of conducting a conventional interview and catches us off guard. But we grab our coats and head...
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Posted Apr. 9, 2018

A Boar farewell

Our outgoing Co-Editors-in-Chief and Deputy-Editors-in-Chief describe their final thoughts about their time with The Boar   Cameron Clark (outgoing Co-Editor-in-Chief):  “When I try and talk about The Boar, it’s often hard to articulate quite how much this society means to me. It’s hard to show someone 32 print pages and...
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Posted Mar. 21, 2018