University College School (UCL) has generated more than £30m in profit from student housing over the last three years, while the average weekly rent has risen by nearly 18%.
Data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act reveals the scale of the profitability of UCL’s housing operation amidst ongoing student action against high rent at university halls across London, as 150 students at the university begin rent strike action …
Published in Metro.co.uk on 22/11/17
Four concept designs for the new pound coin were considered ahead of the 12-sided pound’s release earlier this year, it has been revealed.
Photos obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show the Royal Mint manufactured prototypes of four separate …
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