Nora Brelo from Sheffield Hallam University is a winner of the Consumer and Office Products category of this year’s Royal Society for the Arts Student Design Awards. She picked up a 500 travel award for her flexible, transparent toaster. The category also honoured a vacuum cleaner created by Sam Johnson of Ravensbourne College, which deflates for easy storage. David Henshall won for his efforts on a streamline toaster design. And Scott Chapps, also from Ravensbourne, has won for his vision of a vacuum cleaner which doubles as a bin or an occasional table.
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The Welsh political party has suggested it may be changing its name to the New Wales Party, in a bid to be more “inclusive”, particularly towards non-Welsh speakers. We look