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Five things about women and the vote

This year marks the 100th anniversary of The Representation of the People Act of 1918 – making it legal for some women to vote in national elections for the first time.


Why most people follow routines

We all have different experiences of the value of routine. But why is that and how do you strike a good balance?


Talkin’ Like a Pirate? It be a linguistic treasure trove

Talking 'like a pirate' is, of course, silly. No one in history has ever, based on their adopting a sea-going profession, talked like Robert Newton's Long John Silver in Tresaure Island.


Ahead of the 200 anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre, Dr Alison Morgan talks about her new collection of poems and ballads written in the immediate aftermath of the 1819 scandal.


Twice in her life Professor Deirdre McCloskey, the ground breaking economist made Honorary Graduand by the University of Warwick, has torn up the rule book.