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Government pledges to protect free speech on campus

New guidelines are being proposed to prevent universities from  'no-platforming' controversial speakers. University Minister, Sam Gyimah met with university students and leaders on ...

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Shock over anti-semitic comments in UoM Physics group chat

Students at the University of Manchester are deeply outraged at anti-semitic messages found in an academic Facebook group chat. Screen shots of a ...

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Fallowfield sees worst local election turnout in Manchester

Popular student area Fallowfield had one of the country's lowest turnouts in yesterday's local council elections. 17 per cent of Fallowfield turned out to ...

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Government pledges to protect free speech on campus

Posted on May 9, 2018 1
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Shock over anti-semitic comments in UoM Physics group

Posted on May 8, 2018 2
Photo: Stephen Richards @Commons Wikimedia

Fallowfield sees worst local election turnout in Manchester

Posted on May 5, 2018 3
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Government pledges to protect free speech on campus

It’s being claimed as the biggest intervention by ministers in campus free speech for more than 30 years

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Shock over anti-semitic comments in UoM Physics group chat

The Jewish Society are particularly concerned that the students who attempted to call out anti-Semitism faced ridicule

Photo: Stephen Richards @Commons Wikimedia

Fallowfield sees worst local election turnout in Manchester

Only 17 per cent of Fallowfield turned out to vote in Manchester’s local elections today, making it the ward with the lowest turnout in the whole city

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Law firm encourages students to take legal action against UoM

Solicitors at Asserson believe that students have a case against the university, and that it’s the only viable way to get compensation for missed lectures

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Live: SU meets with students to discuss options post-strike

Live updates on the ‘Industrial Action: Next Steps’ meeting organised by the Students’ Union

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A degree is all we need to give you, say University

Open meetings with university leadership are taking place up until the 9th May to talk about the strikes and other issues facing students

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Strike suspended until further notice

The new wave of strike action was planned to take place during the exam season

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Safety scheme officially launched despite criticism

Volunteers will work alongside Greater Manchester Police in an attempt to make the streets of Fallowfield and Withington safer

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Manchester’s sex toy spend hard to beat

Ann Summers reveals students from the University of Manchester “know exactly what they’re looking for when they’re shopping for toys”

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New wave of strikes to affect Manchester students

Industrial action is set to affect University of Manchester students when they return from the Easter break, and could extend into the summer assessment period

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Students demand voice in debate over strike mitigation and compensation

Take Action! UoM, a student-led campaign demanding mitigation and compensation for students affected by UCU strike action, held their first public meeting in Squirrel’s Bar

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NUS conference closes after students storm stage

It is currently uncertain when the protest will end