People taking part in Dry January report immediate physical, psychological and emotional benefits, according to the first qualitative study of the popular alcohol abstinence challenge.
Offenders sentenced to prison who have Muslim names do not appear to be receiving unfairly long sentences, according to a new study of more than 8,000 UK Crown Court sentencing decisions.
Politicians and stakeholders will today hear from senior Leeds professors how a renewed commitment from Whitehall could reduce pressure on natural resources and reclaim valuable materials from waste.
A pair of well-worn boots represents one of the more unexpected items in the University of Leeds’ renowned and wide-ranging Liddle Collection of First World War papers and artefacts.
A research project to explore the idea of charitable giving to public parks has been launched in Leeds.