Taking steps to improve international relations is not charitable, a court in the United Kingdom has said. Crocels Community Media Group, the organisation affected by the decision, said it will appeal to the Upper Tribunal for Charities.
The Independent candidate in the South Wales Central regional election to the Welsh Assembly, Councillor Jonathan Bishop, has seen off a challenge from the Welsh Communist Party.
Research that builds on that by Crocels has been awarded The Brain Prize. Professor Graham Collingridge from the University of Bristol, Professor Tim Bliss of University College London, and Professor Richard Morris from the University of Edinburgh won the award, building on prior art in Crocels research concerning ‘neuroresponse plasticity’ (NRP) and ‘dopaminergic-serotonergic asynchronicity’ (SDA).
Student Finance Wales has said it will not be providing support to computing students whose mental health conditions mean they require help with coursework.
Cam Parish Council has co-opted Jonathan Bishop to be the councillor for Lower Cam by a unanimous vote of councillors.
The leading multimedia education and community regeneration partnership, Crocels, has filed legal action against the Charity Commission in the United Kingdom for failing to award it charitable status and constitute it as a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO).
A Rhydyfelin property has been secured by the police after it was found to be operating as a brothel.
IGI Global, an international publishing company specializing in high-quality research publications focusing on the areas of education, social science, library science, healthcare, business, environmental science, public administration, computer science, and engineering, is pleased to announce the release of Psychological and Social Implications Surrounding Internet and Gaming Addiction, edited by Jonathan Bishop of the Centre for Research into Online Communities and E-Learning Systems in Swansea.
A software package by Stoneware that is intended to allow teachers to monitor the emotions of pupils has been criticised by a campaigner at Cameras In Special Needs Classrooms.