Jenny Sterne outlines the reasons why she supports state regulation of the press…
Lauren Wills investigates the problem of homelessness in Manchester and argues that we should all be getting involved
Are the plans to change the way the under-25s receive benefits a step in the right direction? Shanda Moorghen thinks so
With major brands Tesco, Asda and The Sun mired in controversy over their treatment of mental health issues, Lauren Wills asks why mental health patients are still treated as an anomally in society today
Yuck struggle to cope with the departure of former frontman Daniel Blumberg.
Theatre editor Josephine Lane reviews Action to the Word’s production of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ at the Lowry.
Madchester revivalists Jagwar Ma delight young and old ravers alike
Tom reviews the latest instalment in the Arnie revival canon
Jamie Bulman speaks to Portico Quartet saxophonist Jack Wyllie about sub-frequencies, Roman amphitheatres and being ‘that hang band’…
Emily Maister argues that despite times of austerity, we shouldn’t rush to hang up the rifles
Emily Thomas discusses how drug-taking has become endemic at Warehouse Project, with tragic consquences
Emily Thomas explains why American congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords is her political hero…
Valentine Landeg argues that the press need to highlight the plight of public services for protest to be effective
Lowell Clarke selects his top 5 sampling tracks.
Leo reviews the latest film by Clio Barnard, acclaimed director of The Arbor
Shilpa isn’t sure if she’s bored or engaged by the Cornerhouse’s latest offering
She sounds like a more sophisticated Lana Del Rey at the lower end of her range, and a more polished Debbie Harry at the top