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Daily Archives: 2nd October 2017

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Cocktail bar brawl leads to death near Deansgate

In the early hours of Saturday the 30th of September, a man sadly died following a stabbing during a mass brawl in cocktail bar

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Current student loan structure is “wrong” says Tory policy head

“We are driving a generation against aspiration, because we are punishing aspiration. That is about the most un-Tory thing I can think of.”

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NFL Protests in Response to Trump’s Divisive Comments

Select NFL players are taking a stand by taking a knee.

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Drifting away: huge Antarctic iceberg on the move

Antarctic experts are keeping a close watch on a huge iceberg drifting away from the continent

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University of Manchester scientists design nanorobot that can build molecules

Professor David Leigh and his research team have worked together to create a robot that can be programmed to carry out basic chemical reactions

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Review: Missguided sample sale

Hundreds of hungry shoppers descended on the Missguided sample sale in the hope of some bargain goodies

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Team Manchester Retain ECB City Cup

The Red Rose county’s entry in to the ECB City Cup competition ran out victorious

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Government plans to cut tuition fees revealed

Rumours that fees could be slashed to £7,500 per year surface as cost debate intensifies ahead of Autumn Budget

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Trend renaissance

Fashion designers are constantly producing new styles to parade along our runways and our high streets but in the midst of all these original ideas we see the circulation of some old classics, writes Jenny Knowles

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Top 5: Spy Films

As Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle hits cinemas, Jamie McEvoy gives us his top 5 spy films

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New anti-inflammatory compound developed by Manchester researchers

Researchers at the University of Manchester have developed a new anti-inflammatory compound which may hold promise for conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease

35-ton-capacity Prototype cryostat for LBNF / DUNE, Anode Plane Assemblies - Construction of the DUNE 35-ton prototype detector.

The UK invests £65 million in particle physics

UK partners with US, committing a big investment for research of neutrinos