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Liam Kelly

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“There are a lot of grey walls in this world: Why not paint them?”

The Mancunion sat down for a surprisingly philosophical and introspective journey through the life, work, city, and inspiration of Manchester-based graffiti artist kELzO

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Liveblog—The EU referendum: An academic persective

Liam Kelly, our Features Editor, guides you through the second Mancunion Live event—on the EU referendum—in case you can’t make it in person

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Liveblog: Students’ Union executive election results night

Minute-by-minute coverage of 2016’s Executive Elections at the Univeristy of Manchester Students’ Union

Yesterday's guest Shelley Alexander gives her keynote speech. Photo: The Mancunion

Liveblog: Women In Media Conference 2016 Final Day

Following an incredibly successful first day of #WIM16, we’re welcoming more inspiring guests to the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester

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Liveblog: Women in Media Conference 2016

Live from the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester, we’re welcoming guests from across the country to our first-ever conference on women in the media

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INVESTIGATION: “Institutional racism” in Young Labour

Following allegations of institutional racism within Young Labour and Labour Students, The Mancunion investigates the claims

Former Manchester Labour Students co-chair Mo Ahmed. Photo: Facebook

Manchester Labour Students co-chair quits amid ‘institutional racism’ and ‘leak’ allegations

Mo Ahmed, co-chair of Manchester Labour Students, resigned whilst attending the party’s youth conference owing to allegations directed at him regarding leaks and institutional racism at the conference

Extreme Yoga. Photo: alli_cat@Flickr

It’s getting hot in here, so bring two towels

Liam Kelly turns up the heat with Bikram Yoga

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Tampopo Launch Party

The Mancunion got an invite to the relaunch party of Tampopo, and sampled as much of the cuisine as it could get its hands on


Review: Paul Foot

Paul Foot’s stand up makes for an uncomfortable watch with a few good moments

Photo: The Christmas Dinner

Lemn Sissay’s Christmas Dinner

Many care leavers spend Christmas Day away from family and friends, with no definite place to go, and often feeling desolate. Lemn Sissay is doing his bit to give something back

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Live: Palma Violets

The Lambeth-based band continue to delight their coterie of committed followers with a high-octane night of bangers