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Interview: Jim Jefferies

Interview: Jim Jefferies

Australian comic Jim Jefferies is returning to the UK to do a limited run of shows including a show at O2 Apollo ...

i editor Oly Duff thinks we should bring in votes at 16 PHOTO: The Independent

Interview: i editor Oliver Duff

Do you think print journalism is still relevant to young people? Absolutely. We all have a huge choice about where we turn for ...

Manchester Lecturer Rob Ford is an expert in elections.

Interview: Rob Ford

Hi Rob, what is your new book Revolt on the Right about? Revolt on the Right is a book coming out next month, ...

Interview: Jim Jefferies

Interview: Jim Jefferies

Posted on Jul 16, 2014 1
i editor Oly Duff thinks we should bring in votes at 16 PHOTO: The Independent

Interview: i editor Oliver Duff

Posted on Apr 10, 2014 2
Manchester Lecturer Rob Ford is an expert in elections.

Interview: Rob Ford

Posted on Mar 10, 2014 3
Jim Jefferies

Interview: Jim Jefferies

Aussie comic Jim Jefferies talks about settling down, his TV show getting cancelled and getting punched at the Comedy Store

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Nightline's mascot Noel advertises the night time listening service

Inside Nightline

Volunteers for Manchester’s student-run listening service tell The Mancunion why they joined

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Interview: Bowel Cancer survivor Mark Davies

Hugo Clay interviews Mark Davies, author of Saving My Arse: A story of cancers, colons and singapore noodles

i editor Oly Duff thinks we should bring in votes at 16 PHOTO: The Independent

Interview: i editor Oliver Duff

The Mancunion talks to i editor Oliver Duff on the future of journalism, being ‘a crap gossip columnist’ and how politicians can engage students

Sopel warns against the Disneyfication of War. PHOTO: WikiMedia Commons

Interview: BBC reporter Jon Sopel

Haider Saleem catches up with BBC World Service journalist Jon Sopel on the difficulties of covering war zones

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Interview – Raymond Tallis

Sam Dumitriu speaks to polymath Raymond Tallis about assisted dying, consciousness and ‘Darwinitis’

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Defending yourself from an attack

Chatri Boonchareon looks at the advice for students needing to defend themselves on the street

Is this the face of British students today? PHOTO: Kaleb Fulgham

Are students being spoon fed?

Are we a generation of self-entitled brats who don’t know how to work hard and use our own initiative? This is targeted specifically towards university…

Manchester Lecturer Rob Ford is an expert in elections.

Interview: Rob Ford

Manchester lecturer Rob Ford talks about his new book on the rise of UKIP

"It's now politically poisonous to be anti-internet" Photo: Pirate Party UK

Pirate Party UK Leader Loz Kaye

Pirate Party Leader Loz Kaye speaks to Features Editor Sam Dumitriu about surveillance, filters and how the internet can transform politics

Wilmslow Road was cordoned-off to vehicles and pedestrians for several hours Photo: McrCurryMile

Cyclists face danger on Oxford Road corridor

Ben Flanagan looks at the risks student cyclists face and asks who is to blame for so many accidents – cyclists or motorists?