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Ninety-seven per cent of international students leave the UK after university

Immigration numbers may be far lower than expected after the UK border force reported that ninety-seven percent of international students migrate to ...

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Angela Rayner: hard Brexit cannot be allowed to undercut universities

"Universities and students cannot be sacrificed to a disastrous Brexit designed to appease hard-line Tory backbenchers", Shadow Education Secretary and Ashton-under-Lyne MP ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Alastair Campbell urges students to take action on Brexit

“[The] Brexit battle is far from over”, Alastair Campbell tells The Mancunion ahead of the upcoming ‘Stop Brexit’ march in Manchester this autumn. Part ...

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Ninety-seven per cent of international students leave the

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Angela Rayner: hard Brexit cannot be allowed to

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EXCLUSIVE: Alastair Campbell urges students to take action

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Ninety-seven per cent of international students leave the UK after university

Government exit checks state that overall net migration is much lower than expected

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Angela Rayner: hard Brexit cannot be allowed to undercut universities

Shadow Education Secretary argues that “Labour respects the result of the referendum but rejects the view of many hard-line Tories of a Brexit at any cost”

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EXCLUSIVE: Alastair Campbell urges students to take action on Brexit

Alastair Campbell calls for Manchester students to attend the upcoming ‘Stop Brexit’ protest to show “depth of concern and anger about Brexit”

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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

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Routine traffic stop saves Manchester backpacker’s life

A 22-year-old women from Manchester has been rescued from her kidnapper by Australian police

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US universities to sue Donald Trump over travel ban

Several US universities are supporting a lawsuit which aims to sue President Donald Trump

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Read the best news from around the world this week

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Is it okay to punch a Nazi?

David Moseley considers punching a Nazi, musing over the ethics of such an act and its place in the current political climate

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Trump’s executive order: Impact on students

Ollie Potter looks at the impact of President Trump’s executive travel ban on foreign and US-born students in the USA

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British scientists advise May to welcome disaffected US counterparts

100 scientific researchers based in the UK have released statements urging Theresa May to be cautious of Trump’s administration, which may severely damage scientific research and data records