Foxes snatch late winner from resolute Canaries

– By Ben Clarke A late winner from substitute Leonardo Ulloa kept the Foxes top of the pile with Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City hot on their tails. Norwich City had been tough to break down and even had chances of their own until the 88th minute when Marc Albrighton put in a low cross, which […]

Punishing racist Chelsea fans is not a black and white matter

By Andrew Clark Racist Chelsea Football Club fans are not a product of the club, but an issue that should be dealt with by society, according to members of De Montfort University. Supporters of the club were criticised for xenophobic chanting in Paris on Tuesday ahead of a Champions League game, when they prevented a black […]

Leicester businesses fear demolished council buildings could implode trade

By Andrew Clark Businesses close to the demolished Leicester Council offices are concerned about how the landmark site will be developed in future. In the aftermath of the two buildings’ destruction on Sunday, traders are worried the previous short-term loss of council workers could lead to a long-term business crash. Alyson Mee, a shop assistant […]

A Fairtrade event is set to appeal to young people

By Nathan Rodrigues A city eco-movement is targeting children through an activity day to raise awareness, at the end of the month. Leicester Fairtrade group will have a variety of stalls and cupcake decorating for children at the event in St. Martin’s Square on Saturday February 28. The founder of Just Fairtrade, Sarah Shepherd, explained […]

Students take up the call to vote in the DMU elections

DMU students have been described as extremely positive and active during the student union elections that end today.