• Thousands of Nottinghamshire NHS Workers Balloted for Strike Action

    In the aftermath of a once-in-a-century, worldwide pandemic, thousands of healthcare workers across the county are currently in talks regarding possible strike action over inadequate pay. Workers in the healthcare sector - including, but not limited to, nurses, midwives, paramedics, administration staff and cleaners – were disproportionately subject to...
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    Rishi Sunak: Our Third Prime Minister This Year

    The wait is over. It has been a tense few days since Liz Truss resigned as Prime Minister, and we have been waiting to hear who would take premiership. Esha Dev reports on how Rishi Sunak has become our new Prime Minister....
  • Demilitarise UoN Holds Protest at Engineering Careers Fair

    On Monday 17th October, the University of Nottingham held an engineering careers fair where the student activist group called ‘Demilitarise UoN’ staged a protest. Their motive was to draw attention to the university’s partnership with companies who are involved in the arms trade. Impact’s Lottie Murray reports.   ...
  • Students Warned About Maintenance Loan Scam

    Many fraudsters target students as victims, particularly at the times their student loan payment is due to arrive (in September, January, and April). The Student Loans Company has reported that there is currently a text message scam circulating, where students are told that their maintenance loan is ready and...
  • Events for Black History Month 2022

    As many of you are aware, October marks Black History Month in the UK. The University of Nottingham (UoN) is working with, Ife Oyedeji and the BME Network, to hold events throughout October to celebrate our diverse community in Nottingham....
  • Introducing Impact: News

    As part of Welcome Week 2022, Impact would like to introduce our magazine to newcomers. This series will introduce our 8 main sections giving you an idea of what we do, who we are and how to get involved!...
  • Nottinghamshire Welcomes 800 Ukrainian Refugees

    The ongoing war in Ukraine has led to millions being displaced. Nottinghamshire Council says a total of 1,478 Ukrainian refugees are expected to arrive, with residents offering a safe haven for those fleeing the conflict. Impact’s Abigail Cadman Kerr reports....