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Students react to the triggering of Article 50

Students react to the triggering of Article 50

Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will formally trigger Article 50 — the formal process under the Treaty of Lisbon for ...

A ride on the Magic Bus will now cost £1.50 [Photo: Wikimedia Commons]

Magic Bus fare raised to £1.50

Stagecoach Manchester have announced a fare increase across their services, including a 50% price increase for the Magic Bus. Magic Buses were introduced ...

Victims of sexual assault must provide proof of their extenuating circumstances [Photo: track42 on Flickr]

Only four UK universities see sexual assault as 'mitigating circumstances'

According to an investigation by babe on the The Tab, a student news website, as few as four British universities regard sexual assault as ...

Students react to the triggering of Article 50

Students react to the triggering of Article 50

Posted on Mar 24, 2017 1
A ride on the Magic Bus will now cost £1.50 [Photo: Wikimedia Commons]

Magic Bus fare raised to £1.50

Posted on Mar 24, 2017 2
Victims of sexual assault must provide proof of their extenuating circumstances [Photo: track42 on Flickr]

Only four UK universities see sexual assault as

Posted on Mar 24, 2017 3
A ride on the Magic Bus will now cost £1.50 [Photo: Wikimedia Commons]

Magic Bus fare raised to £1.50

The Magic Bus fare, famously priced at £1, will now cost £1.50 — a price hike of 50 per cent that could see them priced out of the lucrative student bus travel market

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Two arrested in Manchester connected to London attack

The Metropolitan police have so far made two arrests, a man and a woman, in the North West in relation to the Westminster terror attack

Photo: Arpingstone @ wikimediacommons

Lancashire students among injured in London attack

Four Lancashire students were injured in the Westminster attack

Photo: peter_from_wellington @Flickr

Students react to the triggering of Article 50

As Theresa May announces plans for the implementation of Article 50, Manchester students voice their opinions on what it means and how it will affect them

Photo: Ollie Potter

Manchester stands in solidarity with London in Town Hall vigil

The Lord Mayor of Manchester led a vigil and a minute of silence on Thursday to honour the victims of Wednesday’s Westminster attack

Victims of sexual assault must provide proof of their extenuating circumstances [Photo: track42 on Flickr]

Only four UK universities see sexual assault as ‘mitigating circumstances’

The majority of universities in the UK do not explicitly state that being the victim of a sexual assault is an extenuating circumstance for exams

Afzal Khan, currently an MEP, will stand for Labour at the Gorton by-election [Photo: Wikimedia Commons]

Afzal Khan selected as Labour candidate for Gorton

Afzal Khan, the MEP for the North West and former Lord Mayor of Manchester, has been chosen to represent the Labour Party at the Gorton by-election

Photo: BDS Campaign University of Manchester

Students face disciplinary action after banner drop

Two students are facing disciplinary hearings after they hung a banner from the roof of a University building

Photo: Manchester Enterprise Centre

Venture further winner and runner up encourage students to enter competition

Leopoldo Rodríguez and Unéné Gregory, previous winner and runner-up the Manchester Enterprise Centre’s Venture Further competition speak about their experience of the competition and encourage students to enter

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

George Galloway standing in Manchester Gorton by-election

George Galloway has announced he plans to stand in the upcoming Manchester Gorton by-election, calling Labour’s shortlist “not good enough for the people of Gorton”

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Controversy: Animal testing

This week, Senior Science & Technology Reporter, Serena Holloway, tackles the ongoing debate on animal testing in pharmaceutical development

Photo: Strictly Come Manchester

Preview: Strictly Come Manchester 2017

Strictly Come Manchester takes to the Students’ Union’s floor all in aid of Manchester Rape Crisis and Sign Health