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Social activist Owen Jones was labelled a “braying jackal” by controversial broadcaster Fox News
There’s still time to visit Cass exhibition offering a snapshot of bygone London
Owen Jones, the left-wing columnist, author and political commentator, is due to make an appearance at London Metropolitan University on Thursday 30 October.
London Met's float will parade alongside its neighbours in the City on Saturday 8 November
London Met alumna’s debut feature film, GONE TOO FAR, appears in cinemas nationwide
With obesity levels on the rise in London, a new initiative is tackling the growing health problem by targeting the capital’s takeaways.
Governments should have dialogue with terror groups, and transparency is not always helpful, argues London Met expert
A talk, To End All Wars by Adam Hochschild, is organised as part of London Met Connect Week
London Metropolitan University is opening its doors to the local community for a week of culture, education and community events.
The London College of Furniture is on the hunt for photos and ephemera from its alumni.
London Met graduate will create a live art installation from tweets sent during London Met Connect Week.
The University launches its sponsor a brick campaign to support the refurbishment of Electra House
London Met graduate selected for BBC Writersroom scheme 2014
Documentary on the Guildford Four draws on over 600 letters in London Met's Archive of the Irish in Britain
Law graduate Tunde Okewale narrowly missed out on a National Diversity Award