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0161 Festival: an interview with the founder of Manchester’s anti-fascist festival

The festival seeks to seeks to unite communities and break down cultural barriers

Photo: Yasmin Duggal

Live: Neighbourhood Festival 07/10/17

Neighbourhood returned to Manchester, taking over 12 venues across the city and showcasing new talent

Photo: Austin Evolving @ Flickr

Top 5: Post-Freshers Comedown

Freshers is over and the fact that you’ve got a 9am tomorrow physically hurts. Flop down into your beanbag chair for the Mancunion’s top five songs for the post-freshers comedown

Should religious leaders have such a high profile role in international politics? Photo: United Nations Photo @Flickr

A presidential Pope is unhelpful

In a secular world should the Pope be talking about matters and issues that are usually dealt with by national governments?

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Strict university security at MDU Israel debate

University imposes strict quotas on one of the most controversial and subscribed-to events to take place on campus—the MDU’s Israel debate

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Live: Peace

Zakk Brown gets down with Peace’s indie extravaganza at the Deaf Institute

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Interview: Peace

Peace’s Dom and Doug talk genitalia, failing A-levels and bright futures with Zakk Brown

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Interview: Peace

Peace talk touring, Happy People and drinking with Bombay Bicycle Club

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Album: Peace – Happy People

Peace tread funky new ground on their sophomore LP

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Live: Peace

Peace don’t take any risks, faultlessly churning out classic summer anthems

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Interview: Peace

The Birmingham up-and-comers talk Skrillex, Record Store Day and keeping things fun

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Interview: Django Django

The NME Awards tour bill-toppers met Joe Goggins to talk Tarantino, Mercury nods and being the world’s unlikeliest headliners