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Five more UK destinations to visit this Easter

Continuing from last week’s article, Jack Greeney takes a look at five more great UK locations to visit over Easter break

Photo: Arpingstone @ wikimediacommons

Lancashire students among injured in London attack

Four Lancashire students were injured in the Westminster attack

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

Photo: eastleighbusman @Flickr

An ode to the Megabus

With Easter looming, you might be busy trying to plan your trip home. Rather than spending a fortune on the train, why not take the beloved Megabus?

Photo: PublicDomainPictures@Pixabay

Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

Photo: Daniel Liam Glyn

‘Changing Stations’ music album tells story of synaesthesia

Manchester composer, Daniel Liam Glyn, uses music to tell a story of his neurological condition and his love for London

Photo: David Iliff@Wikipedia

Creative climate activists use paintings for protests

Campaigns escalate in attempts to encourage a top London university to divest from all fossil fuels

Photo: pandx1 @Flickr

The livery companies

With the ceaselessly unsatisfied temperament of today’s society, demands on fashion designers increase season by season. In search of a solution, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Soar looks to the past for unique and insightful inspiration

Photo: PublicDomainPictures@Pixabay

Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

Photo: Stéphanie Kilgast @ Flickr

A guide to art over the Christmas break

Laura Joyce gives the breakdown to what’s on nationwide this Christmas

Photo: duncan c @Flickr

War on drugs: Fabric reopens the debate

With new rules put in place, Fabric is due to reopen, and with it the age-long debate on drugs is back

Photo: Grumpy-Puddin @Flickr

Life after Fabric: What’s next for the future of British clubbing?

When it comes to clubbing and drug culture in post-Fabric Britain, many questions have been left without reply. Miranda Bunnis searches for answers