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Interview: Sleaford Mods

Interview: Sleaford Mods

Freya Thomson chats to Sleaford Mods about politics, fame, music, and social media.
Neither a spender nor a borrower be: The problem with the Bank of England

Neither a spender nor a borrower be: The problem with the Bank of England

Ashwin discusses rising inflating, especially since Brexit, and questions why politicians have more say over our money than our banks
Has the ‘vinyl revival’ gone too far?

Has the ‘vinyl revival’ gone too far?

Brexit, Covid, Adele? Article discussing the current problems with vinyl production and why new releases are being pushed back
Everyday they’re shuffling: Who’s our new science minister?

Everyday they’re shuffling: Who’s our new science minister?

The new appointment, and why you should care about it.
In the Paperwork: The Future of UK Science Legislation

In the Paperwork: The Future of UK Science Legislation

The pandemic has somewhat overshadowed Brexit in recent months. Blake Crompton explores the often unreported details of resulting scientific policy.
Britain will be weaker on the post-Brexit international stage

Britain will be weaker on the post-Brexit international stage

Love or loathe Brexit, it will have a far-reaching impact on society. Archie Earle sets out his thoughts
Brexit: What on earth is going on?

Brexit: What on earth is going on?

Yes, Brexit is still happening. Jess Culnane explains what has happened to Boris Johnson’s oven-ready deal
Deal or no deal? Brexit talks resume as deadline closes in

Deal or no deal? Brexit talks resume as deadline closes in

Deal or no deal? The Mancunion examines what is going on with Brexit, and how Britain could be affected if we leave the UK without a deal.
The Covid culture war: are we tearing ourselves further apart as a country?

The Covid culture war: are we tearing ourselves further apart as a country?

Brexit divided us as a country, but how has coronavirus affected the political culture war?
Review: The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson

Review: The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson

Alexia Pieretti reviews The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson at the Lowry
Brexit puts UK’s future participation in Horizon and Erasmus+ under serious threat

Brexit puts UK’s future participation in Horizon and Erasmus+ under serious threat

Disputes over the transition period threaten Britain’s future in Erasmus+ and Horizon, a former EU commissioner warns
Jonathan Coe, or the novelist who tries to narrate Brexit

Jonathan Coe, or the novelist who tries to narrate Brexit

Will Stonier reviews Jonathan Coe’s Brexit novel, Middle England
Brexit: What happens next for Manchester students?

Brexit: What happens next for Manchester students?

The Mancunion talks to UoM students as the UK exits the European Union
“Got Brexit Done”: resisting Johnson’s culture war

“Got Brexit Done”: resisting Johnson’s culture war

Important arguments in the ongoing post-election culture war are becoming overshadowed by celebratory Brexit merchandise, argues George Walker
Southampton students subject to exam cancellation hoax

Southampton students subject to exam cancellation hoax

Students received a prank email announcing the closure of the university and the cancellation of all examinations
Manchester students plagued by Erasmus uncertainty

Manchester students plagued by Erasmus uncertainty

Several students said they had already missed out on funding due to Brexit uncertainty
Afzal Khan: UoM should ‘get around table’ and negotiate with striking staff

Afzal Khan: UoM should ‘get around table’ and negotiate with striking staff

Afzal Khan, who was elected MP for Manchester Gorton in 2017, said he supported the striking academic staff and joined them on the picket lines to show solidarity
Young political societies debate in run up to election

Young political societies debate in run up to election

The four main political societies on campus debated issues affecting students in the run up to the general election
Uni students pessimistic about Brexit and the UK’s future

Uni students pessimistic about Brexit and the UK’s future

A survey by Dig In has shown that university students are not happy about the UK’s imminent future
International students to political leaders: “Represent our voices”

International students to political leaders: “Represent our voices”

The students expressed concern regarding issues such as the NHS and study abroad schemes

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