New study tests impact of annual tax summaries on public support for welfare and state spending Results show Government presentation of public spending with welfare listed as the top category - may lead to lower support for state spending, and could contribute to anti-welfare sentiments The way the Government presents its annual tax summaries may contribute to anti-welfare sentiments, according to a new study by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) at the University of Sheffield.
More than 600 hikers took to the Derbyshire countryside this weekend for the BHF's 21st High Peak Winter Hike in a united front against coronary heart disease, the UK's single biggest killer.
The managing director of a leading Sheffield-based logistics firm has raised more than £1,300 after taking part in homeless charity Roundabout's Sleepout event.
Nicole Cooke MBE, the first cyclist in history to win Olympic and World Championship road race gold in the same year, was awarded an honorary doctorate from Sheffield Hallam University yesterday (17 November).
Sheffield Theatres, the largest theatre complex outside of London, celebrates #lovetheatreday by releasing a new short film reflecting on the company's work not just on stage, but within the local community, and across the UK.