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Former College IT technican Babar Ahmad sentenced to 12.5 years in prison

Former College alumnus and IT staff member Babar Ahmad has been sentenced to 12 and a half years in prison after a long battle by US prosecutors in Connecticut. Ahmad admitted to "conspiracy and providing material to support the Taliban." This result followed an eight-year legal battle where Ahmad fought against ...
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  • Friday July 18, 2014

Who is the new Universities Minister Greg Clark?

Today Prime Minister David Cameron appointed Greg Clark to the post of Universities Minister, after David Willetts resigned yesterday. But who is Greg Clark? Felix takes a look.   Name: Greg Clark   MP for: Royal Tunbridge Wells since ...
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  • Wednesday July 16, 2014

University Minister resigns in reshuffle

Conservative MP David Willetts has resigned his post as Universities Minister as part of the current cabinet reshuffle. Mr Willetts was previously the Shadow Universities Minister and the Shadow Education Minister. His replacement will be ...
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  • Tuesday July 15, 2014

College Animal Research Licence Holder Resigns from Role after Animals in Science Committee Report

Today during a statement by Norman Baker MP, it has emerged that the College’s Establishment Licence Holder has resigned from the position with immediate effect.   This decision follows a report published ...
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  • Thursday July 10, 2014

Sport Imperial announces: “… there are no plans for student sport to take place at Teddington”

In a news statement released today, Sport Imperial announced once and for all that, despite outcry from medics, the Teddington sports ground will no longer be used.   This follows the news ...
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Sport Imperial to suspend sporting activities at Teddington

College has recently announced the suspension of all sports activities at the Teddington Sports Ground in Richmond for next academic year.   Sports Imperial said: “With the acquisition of Heston we’ll be ...
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  • Monday July 7, 2014

New Report Published About Animal Research Problems at College

“The regime at ICL [Imperial College London] clearly fell short of the standard required by the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 (ASPA)” according to yesterday’s report by the government’s Animals ...
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  • Thursday July 3, 2014

College Acquiring New Sports Ground in West London

College is in the final stages of buying a new 27-acre plot of land two miles from Harlington for the use of Imperial’s sports teams. The site has outside space ...
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