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In the press: Matisse cut-outs stun with colour, scale and ambition

In the press: Matisse cut-outs stun with colour, scale and ambition

Professor Fran Lloyd reviews Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at Tate Modern for The Conversation.

Celebrities may be going bankrupt to avoid tax bills, Kingston Law School insolvency expert warns

Celebrities may be going bankrupt to avoid tax bills, Kingston Law School insolvency expert warns

An insolvency expert has warned that celebrities may increasingly be abusing the bankruptcy system in order to maximise their earnings and reduce the amount of tax they pay.

In the press: Revisiting a scholar unmasked by scandal

In the press: Revisiting a scholar unmasked by scandal

Professor Martin McQuillan, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, comments on the legacy of literary theorist Paul de Man for the New York Times.

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Kingston Business School expert predicts many of Chancellor George Osborne's budget measures will have little impact

Kingston Business School expert predicts many of Chancellor George Osborne's budget measures will have little impact

As Britain reacts to George Osborne's budget, including moves designed to boost the incomes of pensioners and savers hit by low interest rates, a Kingston academic says that, with an election looming, the motive for many of the measures is purely political.


Businesses and households must deal with flooding

Businesses and households must deal with flooding

As Britain experiences widespread flooding and many businesses and households are inundated by filthy water or cut off from the rest of their communities, Dr Tim Harries, leading expert on the public response to flood risk based at Kingston University says they must get better at dealing with this type of weather.


The Kingston Business School research suggests that being a workaholic doesn't make people happier out of the office.

The REF is the new system for assessing the quality of research in UK higher education institutions.

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