A freedom of information request has revealed that Kent County Council spent £414,528 of their emergency travel fund on the highly controversial pop up cycle lanes. Kent was allocated a whopping £1.6 million pound from the Emergency Travel Fund, which was designed to allow local councils to produce better walking and cycling facilities. Over 25%Continue reading “KCC COVID-19 cycle lanes cost over £400,000”
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University bar running at £186,000 loss
A recent freedom of information request sent to Canterbury Christ Church has revealed that the student’s union bar ran at a £186,000 loss in the financial year of 2018/2019. They made over £201,936 in that same period. However, the long list of outgoings was quick to put a dent in the money they had made.Continue reading “University bar running at £186,000 loss”
Is University getting harder?
Data acquired from a Freedom of Information request shows that over the past four years shows that courses provided by Canterbury Christchurch University are getting much harder each year. In 2015, 83 students were not allowed to progress due to academic failure, rising to 181 in 2016 and it rose even more to 238 inContinue reading “Is University getting harder?”