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Anti-Semitic tweets force resignation of Labour Students Co-Chair

The recently-elected MMU Co-Chair of Manchester Labour Students (MLS), Tayyib Nawaz, has stood down from his position, after the uncovering of offensive ...

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Manchester Students' Union support of BDS could be breaking the law

Support of the pro-Palestine Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign at students’ unions around the country is being investigated by the Charity Commission ...

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Malia Bouattia defeated in NUS president election by Shakira Martin

Shakira Martin has been elected NUS president with 402 votes, beating the incumbent Malia Bouattia and the University of Manchester Students' Union's endorsed ...

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Anti-Semitic tweets force resignation of Labour Students Co-Chair

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Manchester Students' Union support of BDS could be

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Malia Bouattia defeated in NUS president election by

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Anti-Semitic tweets force resignation of Labour Students Co-Chair

The newly elected Manchester Metropolitan Co-Chair of Manchester Labour Students, Tayyib Nawaz, has been forced to resign after the uncovering of Anti-Semitic and homophobic tweets

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Manchester Students’ Union support of BDS could be breaking the law

The Charity Commission is investigating open support of the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign by students’ unions across the UK, who may have broken the law

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Malia Bouattia defeated in NUS president election by Shakira Martin

Current NUS VP Further Education and black working-class single mother Shakira Martin has defeated the incumbent Malia Bouattia in the NUS President elections with 56 per cent of the vote

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University of Manchester students back Tom Harwood for NUS President

University of Manchester students have endorsed Tom Harwood, who claims the NUS is “failing students”, mandating their delegates to vote for him in tomorrow’s election against controversial incumbent Malia Bouattia

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Nominations open for the Celebrate Week awards

If you know someone who has done amazing things within a Student Union society or as part of a campaign there is still time to nominate them for an award

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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

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Exec Elections 2017: Your Candidates

Voting opened today for this year’s Exec elections at the University of Manchester’s Students’ Union, find out who you can vote for here

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Tensions at controversial Israeli Apartheid Week

With a large wall constructed on Oxford Road, a banner unfurled on university property, and disruption of a debate, IAW at the University of Manchester was controversial and eventful

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UoM Students’ Union Exec elections hustings: Live Blog

All the updates from the Manchester Labour Students hustings for the University of Manchester Students’ Union Exec Elections

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2,500 attend Reclaim the Night

We spoke with some of the 2,500 students and Manchester residents who took to the streets to protest sexual violence, harassment and victim blaming, to ask why they believed it was so important

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Exec elections: Low candidate turnout

48 students have put themselves forward in this year’s Exec elections, significantly lower than the 105 that stood last year

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Lecturers divided on the NSS boycott

The NSS boycott has brought conflicting statements across departments at the University of Manchester