Five foreign correspondents tell us about what food they crave when they’re far away, special meals on the road, and homecoming moments around the kitchen table. Jina Moore, East Africa bureau chief for the The New York Times “I miss so many other silly things. In Rwanda I once spent
Thousands of students and lecturers braved sub-zero temperatures, heavy snow and blizzards yesterday to march through central London in protest against planned cuts to university pensions. The march follows a week of strikes from University and College Union (UCU) members, which have caused widespread disruption at universities across the country.
It’s not unusual for City’s journalism courses to attract those who have spent a few years in the working world. Many people leave university and go straight into a job before realising that journalism is what they want to do. But this year, one man has taken this a step