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Thatcher made hunger-strike concessions - papers

Irish Times 30th December 2011

Dr John Bew, War Studies, analyses government papers released under the 30-year rule concerning the 1981 hunger strike at the Maze Prison, which show that Margaret Thatcher personally sanctioned concessions aimed at ending the strike.

Elected Lords 'deadlock' warning

BBC News 30th December 2011

Professor Vernon Bogdanor, from the Institute for Contemporary History, has stated that stand-offs between an elected Lords and the House of Commons could make Britain more difficult to govern. Professor Bogdanor also spoke to BBC Radio 4 about the potential difficulties.

Do trauma survivors miss out on valuable treatment?

BBC News 30th December 2011

Dr Jennifer Wild from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's College London writes about people lacking the help they need to treat post traumatic stress disorder.

Choral Evensong

BBC Radio 3 28th December 2011

The King's Chapel Choir were featured on Choral Evensong for the Feast of the Holy Innocents, featuring music by Victoria, Ribera and JS Bach.

The service, which was recorded at St John’s Church Upper Norwood on Friday 25 November, was led by the College Chaplain, the Reverend Tim Ditchfield, and the Choir were conducted by College Organist David Trendell.

World Business Today

CNN 28th December 2011

Dr Ramon Pacheco Pardo, from the Department of European & International Studies, comments on the decision by banks in the Eurozone to deposit a record amount of money with the European Central Bank.

GPs ‘unprepared’ for veterans’ mental health problems

The Times 28th December 2011

Professor Simon Wessely from the King's Centre for Military Health Research comments on the prevalence of mental health issues amongst war veterans. The research was also reported in the Daily Mail.

Britons of the year

The Daily Telegraph 27th December 2011

Professor John Ellis, from the Department of Physics, was named as one of the ‘Britons of the Year’ by the Daily Telegraph for his work on particle physics.

Cradle of Western civilisation or a stick to beat Muslims?

The Times 24th December 2011

King’s is launching a programme in Abrahamic faiths, news highlighted in a discussion on the use of the term ‘Abrahamic’ over ‘Judeo-Christian’ in society and public life.

Scientist who sketched the face of God

Daily Mail 24th December 2011

A profile of Professor Peter Higgs, who studied at King’s and proposed the existence of the Higgs Boson, which was potentially glimpsed for the first time recently.

Discourage kids' picky eating habit

Times of India 24th December 2011

Professor Gideon Lack, Head of the Department of Paediatric Allergy, is researching the best way of protecting children against harmful allergic reactions to food.

Iraq on the edge

Al Jazeera 24th December 2011

James Denselow, from the Department of Geography, comments on whether a stable Iraq is possible, in the wake of recent bomb attacks and cracks in the power-sharing government (item starts 08:59). He also spoke to Voice of America regarding instability in the country.

Covert wars: Hezbollah's outsmarting of the CIA

Foreign Policy 23rd December 2011

Mohammad Aslam, a PhD student from the Middle East and Mediterranean Studies Department, writes a column on attempts by the CIA to spy on Hezbollah in Lebanon.

Shelagh Fogerty programme

BBC Radio 5 Live 23rd December 2011

Dr Jennifer Wild from the Institute of Psychiatry joins Shelagh Fogerty and guests to discuss how to deal with missing your children at Christmas.

The World Tonight

BBC Radio 4 23rd December 2011

A broadcast of a debate held at King’s on emerging superpowers, as part of the World Questions, King’s Answers series, featuring academics from the Chinese, Brazilian and Indian Institutes (item starts 0:22:19).

Science is about explanation. Religion is about meaning

ABC Australia 23rd December 2011

Revd Professor Alister McGrath, from the Department of Education & Professional Studies, discusses the difference between science and religion.

Booktalk: The political books of 2011

BBC News 22nd December 2011

A book by Dr John Bew, War Studies, on Lord Castlereagh was included in a list of political books of the year by BBC parliamentary correspondent Mark D’Arcy. It was also included in a list of 'The Best Books of 2011' by Total Politics.

Am I really free?

BBC Radio 4 22nd December 2011

Dr Gareth Owen from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's discusses the concept of patient choice with regard to mental health capacity.

The World Tonight

BBC Radio 4 22nd December 2011

Emma Sky, Visiting Professor in the Department of War Studies, comments on recent bombings in Iraq, and states that such incidents don’t necessarily mean a descent into a spiral of violence (item starts 09:43).

The scandal of low-paid care workers

New Statesman 22nd December 2011

Research by Dr Shereen Hussein, from the Social Care Workforce Research Unit, has shown that at least 150,000 care workers are being paid less than the minimum wage.

Journal retracts study linking a virus to ME

BBC News 22nd December 2011

Professor Simon Wessely from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's comments on the withdrawal of a study linking Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) to a virus. Also reported by Channel 4 News

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