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Daily Archives: 27th April 2013

Paul Hardcastle's no stranger to politics. Photo: gluewho666 @flickr

Music and Politics – What’s going on?

Does politics have a place in music? Tom Ingham thinks so

Benetton: Unemployee of the Year

Everyday Analysis: Charity

Everyday Analysis discusses United Colours of Benetton’s recent ‘Unemployee of the Year’ campaign

Confrontation: yay or nay?

Should you speak your mind or keep your mouth zipped?

Lowry Theatre (Copyright: Wikimedia Commons)

Venture Arts: ‘Articulate’

Annabel Herrick previews ‘Articulate’ from the Venture Arts project, at the Lowry

The Knife of Dunwall © Arkane Media

Review – Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall

Knife of Dunwall offers three new missions for Dishonored, are they up to scratch?


Preview – Star Trek

Will Star Trek boldly go where no film tie-in has gone before?

Team Where's Wally celebrate fininishing first with a drink, but they missed out on winning by just 5 points.

Tattoos and tashin’ off: RAG #Lost2013

RAG’s #Lost2013 event saw teams hichhike their way back to Manchester from an unknown location, completing challenges along the way

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Battle lines drawn as Labour stake economic plan on outspending the Conservatives

Ben Fearn explains why he believes Labour’s spending proposals will result in increased support for the party

Why I think the Green Party should change its name

Clifford Fleming explains why the Green Party’s low support level could largely be a result of its name