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Kent and Medway Medical School

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Professor Feargal Cochrane

Expert comment: Brexit - the possible outcomes are as obscure as ever

With the UK due to exit the EU, Professor Feargal Cochrane says: ‘Two questions seem worth asking now - why did the government policy fail again and what happens next?'

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How conspiracy theories affect low-level crime

People who believe in conspiracy theories are more likely to engage in everyday low-level criminal activity.

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Arts festival to celebrate autistic creativity

A unique arts festival celebrating both autistic creativity and accessibility takes place at the University from 26-28 April.

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Dr Nagai curates display at National Maritime Museum

The Animals at Sea display includes texts from historic sea-faring voyages that featured notable animal encounters and companions.

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Tough policies do not affect teenagers' use of cannabis

Kent's research used data from 100,000 teenagers in 38 countries including the UK, USA, Russia, France, Germany and Canada.

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