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Former UoM student Milo Yiannopoulos resigns from Breitbart News

Milo Yiannopoulos resigns from his Breitbart Tech position following his highly controversial comments about relationships between young boys and older men

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High student debt is leading to stress and poor mental health

A recent study has concluded that the cost of living for many students is having a negative impact upon mental health and academic success

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Manchester drug testing lab accused of manipulating police evidence

Hundreds of people may have been wrongly prosecuted as investigation reveals manipulation of 500 drug test results in a forensic lab in Manchester

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Review: The Hip Hop Chip Shop

If you’re after some top-notch fish and a lesson in hip-hop, head to The Hip Hop Chip Shop and you’re certain to get both

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Top Five: Manchester libraries you must visit

Rhys Walker suggests five stunning libraries in Manchester that are definitely worth a visit

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Review: Deanna Petherbridge at the Whitworth

More than thirty years after her residency, The Whitworth showcases work from Petherbridge’s 45 year career

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Live: Ladyhawke

Ladyhawke comes to Manchester in an effortlessly cool performance at the Academy, writes Lydia Ransome

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University of Manchester and SU “create a hostile environment for free speech”

The University of Manchester has been rated as one of the worst Russell Group universities for free speech

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Danny Boyle to help set up MMU’s brand new media school

MMU are set to launch the International Screen School Manchester, with the help of local visionary Danny Boyle

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Labour tests two Manchester MPs as Corbyn successors

Two Greater Manchester MPs are possibly being considered as the next leader of the Labour Party, polling in Manchester suggests

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A round up of Manchester’s Fossip

Here’s what’s been going on in Manchester’s ever-thriving food scene

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Gary Neville plans to open a university

The former footballer, alongside brother, Ryan, and Paul Scholes, are in talks with Lancaster University to open new sites across Manchester