The debate over the burkini tells us a lot about the treatment of women in the continuing tensions between the ‘West’ and Islam
Lioui Benhamou addresses the deeper connotations of the debate surrounding France’s banning of the controversial ‘burkini’
With the Labour leadership contest nearing to an end, Frank Hillman addresses the often forgotten positives of Blair’s New Labour
The Mancunion’s resident mystic gives a quick snapshot of what to expect in this coming year of clubbing, making great friends, and finding the perfect hangover cure…
Without reconsidering our entire approach to the refugee crisis, can we really alleviate the issues faced by those fleeing war and unrest?
Terrorism plays into our passions for a good story, simplistic explanations, and dark fantasies
The reintroduction of grammar schools is another step in the wrong direction. Britain needs to update its education system to truly suit the needs of students and teachers
Good riddance to the sordid halls of Fabric, hello pre-1960’s Britain
With the word ‘cisgender’ established in the dictionary, does the term help or hinder the cause for transgender and other LGBT+ people?
After his interview with Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell was pulled from last week’s edition of The Mancunion, Jacob Nicholas argues the case for our independence from the university
In light of recent events, Ryan Khudara critically assesses a shift in political language
The construction of the wall in Calais is hypocritical, reactionary, and doomed to failure