Actress becomes visiting professor on master's programme at Centre for Women, Peace and Security
Students who provided cover for BBC crew threatened, but critics say film failed to provide any fresh insights
Broadcaster says reporter posing as academic is justified, but were students properly informed?
New system banishes working class, ushers in 'precarious proletariats'. But is it realistic?
Outgoing Bank of EnglandGovenor warns there will be 'many unexpected twists'
She might be tempted to speak out on gay marriage and Leveson - but risks a constitutional crisis if she does
Dr Tim Leunig, Gove's new aide, suggested abandoning regeneration attempts in Northern cities
Olympic gossip: Medals being stored with the crown jewels, Newham 'worse off' despite Games
Officers warn that if riots break out while London Games are on, they won’t be able to cope