A major discovery in women’s football history has revealed Britain’s first black female footballer – and she was playing in one of the sport’s earliest recorded games in the 1890s.
The emergence of her story is timely. On Tuesday evening,
On 1 March it is World Book Day and on the 8 March it is International Women’s Day. With this in mind we have chosen Jeanette Winterson as our inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month.
Jeanette is an award-winning English
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Alex Younger, chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, made the revelation as he encouraged more women to join the service.
The university was extremely proud to hear the results of this year’s index coming 82nd on the list, maintaining our Top 100 position of last year.
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