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Kirsty Anne Parker
Works at Gradjobhunt.com
Attends University of Bristol
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    Blogger, 2013 - present
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  • University of Bristol
    Pathways to Law Mentor, 2012 - present
  • Citizens Advice
    Gateway Assessor, 2010
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Law undergraduate at Bristol University. Law, politics, music, debating, friends and Jesus occupy most of my time ;)
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Naturally blonde! A rare occurrence among the 'blonde' species...
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  • University of Bristol
    Law, 2011 - present
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Linklaters Hikes Nq Pay By £2,500 As Firm Unveils 2013 14 Salaries - Leg...
m.legalweek.com

Linklaters has announced across-the-board increases in its junior salary bands, with newly-qualified (NQ) associates seeing the biggest pay

Education's great class divide
www.independent.co.uk

Schools are becoming increasingly segregated along class lines, teachers have warned – calling spending cuts and reforms that hit poor pupil

British landlord set 240-volt booby-trap for lodger after TV spat
www.news.com.au

AN "irrational" British landlord booby-trapped a door handle almost electrocuted his lodger after an argument over a pay-TV subscription.

The Independent
plus.google.com

The world's most free-thinking newspaper.

Steve Richards: Time to explode the myth that the private sector is alwa...
www.independent.co.uk

The deeply embedded assumption that a slick, efficient, agile, selfless private sector delivers high-quality services for the public is bein

Tories tell Cameron to get a grip on Clegg as fury flies over his commen...
www.dailymail.co.uk

Pressure was mounting on David Cameron last night to slap down Mr Clegg over Europe – after he accused eurosceptic Tories of pushing Britain

Universities see 40pc fall in soft subject applications - Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk

Softer university subjects such as communication studies and creative arts have seen a drop in applications of up to 40 per cent as stude

Rebecca Ratcliffe
www.guardian.co.uk

Union urges more financial support for students at university instead of fee waivers, which only apply when they start work

PPI exposé: how the banks drove staff to mis-sell the insurance
www.guardian.co.uk

A former NatWest employee describes how branch staff were pushed into selling unsuitable payment protection insurance

Students face wait to apply to university - Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk

Students would apply to university only after receiving their A-level results in the biggest shake-up of higher education admissions in 5

Robert Booth
www.guardian.co.uk

Peter Ball suspected of committing offences during late 1980s but allegations against other priests date back further still

For Britain, the EU is good value for money
www.guardian.co.uk

Radosław Sikorski: The UK's demands for cuts to the EU budget are wrong-headed, and a veto would backfire

BBC NEWS | UK | UK Politics | Blair defeated over terror laws
news.bbc.co.uk

Tony Blair says his authority is intact despite his first Commons defeat in a vote on detention of terror suspects.

Alisher Usmanov in spotlight over Wikipedia profile
www.guardian.co.uk

MegaFon's leading shareholder's web profile threatens to steal the limelight from firm's bid for London Stock Exchange listing

Tory MP Aidan Burley 'extremely sorry' over Nazi themed stag party - Tel...
www.telegraph.co.uk

A Tory MP has apologised for “inappropriate behaviour” after taking part in a Nazi-themed party at a French ski resort.

Pay children to attend top private schools, Government told - Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk

Dozens of top private schools are calling on the Government to provide state subsidies to allow bright pupils to be admitted irrespective

Mis-sold PPI? Delete those texts and claim yourself - Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk

The claims management industry has grown dramatically over the past five years, but that doesn’t mean we have to use one of these companies

400 primary schools to become academies, says prime minister
www.guardian.co.uk

David Cameron plans to pair poor-performing schools with sponsors in drive to deliver 'first-class education system'

David Cameron says Britain will get vote on leaving EU, but not yet
www.guardian.co.uk

PM attempts to clarify mixed messages on Europe referendum as ministerial aide calls for plan to be sped up

Dozens of Tory MPs will join rebellion over vote on Europe referendum - ...
www.telegraph.co.uk

David Cameron faces the biggest rebellion of his premiership next week as dozens of Conservative MPs are expected to defy the Government