As it stalls over the Bahamas falling from a Category 5 to a 3 yesterday, the East coast of the US stays on alert as Storm Dorian moves in their direction. Professor Robert Kerr of the Department of Maths and Department of Engineering at the University of Warwick looks at how Dorian could move and if climate change has an impact.
The issue of whether the UK should allow Chinese technology company Huawei to supply components to our communications infrastructure continues to be raised.
The National Audit Office has found that "The Home Office failed to fulfil its duty of care to members of the Windrush generation, which led to serious consequences for the people affected." Dr Hannah Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, comments.
Dr Andreas Kokkinis, Assistant Professor, School of Law, expects the Brexit blueprint to display the UK as effectively remaining part of the Customs Union but will do nothing to preserve London's position as the world's most prominent financial centre.
As six-year-old Alfie Dingley visits Parliament with his mother, a day after confirmation that he would receive a licence to use cannabis oil to treat his epilepsy, Professor Jane Hutton of the Department of Statistics discusses the efficacy of this drug for the condition.