University of London

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Parent organizationUniversity of London
HeadquartersLondon, UK
Subgroups• University College London
• King's College London
• City
• University of London
• Queen Mary University of London
• London School of Economics
• School of Oriental and African Studies
• Royal Veterinary College
• London Business School
• London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
• Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
• Royal Academy of Music
• Courtauld Institute of Art
• Institute of Cancer Research
SubpageUniversity of London/Birkbeck
University of London/Goldsmiths
London university consisting of 17 largely independent member institutions, some of them very famous

The University of London is a federal public research university located in London, England, United Kingdom.

The university consists of 17 member institutions and three central academic bodies.[1] For most practical purposes, ranging from admissions to funding, the member institutions operate on an independent basis, with many awarding their own degrees whilst remaining in the federal university.

The university has around 48,000 students, making it the largest university by number of students in the United Kingdom. The largest colleges by enrolment are UCL, King's College London, City, Queen Mary, Birkbeck, the London School of Economics, Royal Holloway, and Goldsmiths, each of which has over 9,000 students. Smaller, more specialist, colleges are the School of Oriental and African Studies, St George's (medicine), the Royal Veterinary College, London Business School, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, the Royal Academy of Music, the Courtauld Institute of Art, and the Institute of Cancer Research. Imperial College London was formerly a member from 1907 before it became an independent university in 2007,[2] and Heythrop College was a member from 1970 until its closure in 2018.[3]


Groups Headquartered Here

Bayes Business School1966Business school in London
School of Oriental and African Studies1916Pne of the world's leading institutions for the study of Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Of major relevance for the British deep state


Employee on Wikispooks

Victor Bulmer-ThomasDirector of the Institute of Latin American Studies19921998


Alumni on Wikispooks

Babar AhmadMay 1974UKUS pressure had Babar Ahmad arrested and held for 10 years in UK, although he had broken no UK law. He was beaten up by UK police in 2003. A petition signed by 149,388 people did not prevent his extradition to US - with no evidence of wrong doing provided - a country where it is likely he has been tortured.
Talha Ahsan21 September 1979UKPoet
Yıldırım Aktürk1941TurkeyAcademicConnections in the Turkish government. Member of the Board of Directors of TUSIAD
Emma Arbuthnot9 January 1959High Court Judge
Catherine Ashton20 March 1956UKPoliticianA woman with zero qualification or experience of foreign affairs who, in 2009, was made 'High representative for Foreign Affairs and Security policy' in a deal which finally recognised that the position was NOT going to be given to Tony Blair
Norman Baker26 July 1957UKPoliticianMP convinced that David Kelly was murdered.
James BallUKAuthor
UK journalist and author who worked for the Integrity Initiative
Luciana Berger13 May 1981PoliticianFormer Labour MP Liverpool Wavertree, former Chair of Labour Friends of Israel. After parliament started working for PR-company Edelman.
Ranjeet BrarJuly 1974Author
Activist speaking against and writing about Zionism
Ola Brown1986Nigeria
Healthcare entrepreneur
British-Nigerian medical doctor, WEF YGL 2013, AI NVF 2013, leading a team pushing ventilators and designing COVID-19 testing in Nigeria. Founded the Flying Doctors Healthcare Investment Group
George Carey13 November 1935UKClergyArchbishop of Canterbury who held shielding hand over UK/VIPaedophile bishop Peter Ball. Regular at the World Economic Forum, where he was selected to speak on "values".
Leslie Cockburn2 September 1952Author
Stephen Crabb20 January 1973PoliticianBritish Conservative politician. Parliamentary Chairman of Conservative Friends of Israel. Member of the intelligence service front group Henry Jackson Society.
David Davis23 December 1948
Yusuf DesaiUKInstitute for Statecraft program director who researched "online radicalisation of Muslim youths globally in order to both counter and build resistance of young people through education platforms that help and teach how to discern untruth and analyse conspiracy theories from truth and reality."
Sean DromgooleApril 1961Politician
Donald Easum27 August 192316 April 2016USDiplomatUS diplomat with deep state connections.
Ronald Edwards1 May 191018 January 1976UKAcademic
UK businessman and academic.
Robert Evans23 October 1956PoliticianMEP, TLC
Juliano Fiori27 June 1985Author
Rugby player
Anthony L. Gardner16 May 1963DiplomatU.S. Ambassador to the European Union. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Senior non-resident fellow of the CIA-close German Marshall Fund.
Robbie GibbSeptember 1964Journalist
Philip Giraldi1946Spook
"Terror expert"
CIA/DIA spook and “terrorism expert”
Sebastian Gorka22 October 1970Hungary
"Terror expert"
US/UK/Hungarian who became a public figure in Hungary as a "terrorism expert" after 9-11. Contact of Chris Donnelly.
Justine Greening30 April 1969UKPoliticianAttended the 2014 Bilderberg as UK/Secretary of State for International Development
Peter Hain16 February 1950PoliticianUK politician on the House of Lords/COVID-19 Committee
Pennie Hedge"Conservation movement"
Jane Hill10 June 1969Propagandist
One of the main presenters for BBC News. Director of the British-American Project 2006-2009.
Gus HoseinDeep state connected academic, executive director of Privacy International for years
Ed Husain25 December 1974UKAuthor
Moussa Ibrahim7 December 1974Official spokesman
Norman St John-Stevas18 June 19292 March 2012UKPolitician
UK Conservative politician
Tessa Jowell17 September 1947Politician
Samantha Lewthwaite5 December 1983UK"The world's most wanted woman", stated the Daily Mail in 2018.
Ramsay MacDonald12 October 18669 November 1937UKJournalist
Denis MacShane21 May 1948Politician
Thabo Mbeki25 June 1942South AfricaPoliticianPresident of South Africa replaced in 2008 after dissent about AIDS
John McDonnell8 September 1951Politician
Mark McGowan10 June 1964Filmmaker
Gina Miller19 April 1965Businessperson
Seumas Milne1958UKJournalist
Robert Mugabe21 February 19246 September 2019Zimbabwe
Maajid Nawaaz2 November 1977UKAuthor
British activist; former Islamist. Critical of the ON around COVID.
Lana NusseibehUnited Arab EmiratesDiplomatUAE ambassador to the UN
Naledi Pandor7 December 1953Politician
South African foreign minister
Catherine Perez-ShakdamFrance
A suspected Israeli spy who infiltrated Iran under journalistic cover. To create a legend, she got herself hired by among others the independent media outlets MintPress News and American Herald Tribune.
Enoch Powell16 June 19128 February 1998UKUK politician
Merlyn Rees18 December 19205 January 2006UKPolitician
Deep state operative
A UK home secretary who spoke at the 1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism.
Rory Ridley-DuffUKAuthor
Janet Royall20 August 1955British Labour Party politician
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