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Oliver Storey suggests that the demoncracy of the country rests on us having another opportunity to vote for or against Brexit.

Photo: Chris McAndrew @Wikimedia Commons.

Jacob Dunn considered about what the emergence of the Independent Group means for British Politics, arguing it is a good sign in an otherwise increasingly polarising politics

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Cara Conte writes about the news coverage of Shamima Begum and asks why the UK population have not been more compassionate and understanding. Should we not address what is what that made Begum feel like she needed the protection promised to her by her groomers?

Tory Brexit. Photo: Tiocfaidh ár lá 1916 @ Flickr

Iwan Hopkins writes about the amount of money the Brexit process, let alone the exit itself, is costing Britain, and how the clock is ticking for Theresa.

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Lily Rosenberg presents her take on the world of study snacks, from biscuits to hummus (including sugar snap peas on the way) and how they are invaluable to her experiences in the Main Library late at night

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Following the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, Sophie Marriott looks at how it has been used and abused, and what the legacy of its creator, Tim Berners-Lee is.

Photo: Nordiske Mediedage @ wikimedia commons

Amy Morris looks at Louis Theroux’s controversial new documentary ‘The Night In Question’ and how it takes a new approach to understanding rape culture, and may well be more successful in changing people’s minds

photo: niekverlaan @ pixabay

Oli Storey looks at the recent student protests against climate breakdown, and argues that it is time for the youth to be more active in the face of The University of Manchester’s investments in the fossil fuel industry.

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