The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Monthly Archives: October 2017

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Stranger Danger: Uber ban should make us reconsider our technology habits

Safety should come before low cab prices

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Is this what modern Spanish democracy looks like at its worst?

Where does state-led aggression fit into a liberal democracy?

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HOME Cinema Preview: 6th October

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema

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Review: Bravado

Sex and violence are inexorably linked in Scottee’s memoir of working class masculinity, reviewed by Theatre Editor Sophie Graci. Part of Orbit 2017

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Thomas the Tank Engine helps campaigners unite against transport cuts

Friends of the Earth Manchester take to controversial methods to battle inequitable funding between the North and the nation’s capital

daisy at bikos

Daisy and Anokhi take a trip down Biko Street

A space for students to meet, eat and get involved in student life

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Live Review: Lorde Reigns at Melodrama Tour

Lorde dazzles in her first show of the Melodrama tour

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An obvious solution to a big problem

Could empty properties provide a solution to the housing crisis?

Radiohead Album Artwork

Record Reappraisal: Radiohead – In Rainbows

10 years on and this Radiohead album remains impressive

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Interview with rising star Liv Dawson

With her new release ‘Painkiller’ dropping, the Mancunion sits down with Liv Dawson

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Manchester man caught up in Las Vegas horror shooting

Man from Fallowfield caught up in Las Vegas shooting that has reportedly resulted in 59 deaths and over 500 casualties

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Catalan referendum: illegal protest or reclaiming a homeland?

Catalonia holds a referendum to vote on becoming an independent republic. Labelled as ‘illegal’ by the EU and denied by the Spanish Government entirely, the Catalonians are seen as rebellious teenagers of Spain