Expert opinions cover the Stoke byelection rocks and Indian banknotes
Inès Hassen, Researcher at the Centre for Urban History and Teaching Fellow in French Studies, discusses how the cultural and economic history of Leicester serves as a beneficial reference in a world in need of hope.
- Read more about the article 'What Donald Trump could learn from Leicester’s immigration history' on Think: Leicester here
Professor Jan Zalasiewicz, from the Department of Geology, discusses what extraordinary rocks can tell us about the past in an article for the Oxford University Press blog.
Professor Martin Parker from the School of Business discusses the challenges facing Stoke's next MP in an article for The Conversation.
- Read more about the article 'Stoke by-election: why locals feel so frustrated with the candidates on offer' on Think: Leicester here
- Professor Parker was also interviewed by the BBC World Service prior to the by-election. He explained that the loss of industry in areas such as Stoke-on-Trent has resulted in people feeling left behind by the Labour Party.
PhD student Secki Jose, from the School of Business, explores the paradoxical effects of India’s recent decision to get rid of some of its banknotes to combat corruption.
Professor Bernard Ryan, from the School of Law,discusses the rights of EU citizens to remain in the UK after Brexit in an article for Free Movement.