The pandemic has somewhat overshadowed Brexit in recent months. Blake Crompton explores the often unreported details of resulting scientific policy.
Yes, Brexit is still happening. Jess Culnane explains what has happened to Boris Johnson’s oven-ready deal
Brexit divided us as a country, but how has coronavirus affected the political culture war?
Disputes over the transition period threaten Britain’s future in Erasmus+ and Horizon, a former EU commissioner warns
The Mancunion talks to UoM students as the UK exits the European Union
Students received a prank email announcing the closure of the university and the cancellation of all examinations
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
A survey by Dig In has shown that university students are not happy about the UK’s imminent future
Writer Sam James tuned in to Radio 4 to witness the return of Little Britiain as Little Brexit, an underpolished comedy for our time
Love or loathe Brexit, it will have a far-reaching impact on society. Archie Earle sets out his thoughts
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.
Alexia Pieretti reviews The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson at the Lowry
Will Stonier reviews Jonathan Coe’s Brexit novel, Middle England
Important arguments in the ongoing post-election culture war are becoming overshadowed by celebratory Brexit merchandise, argues George Walker
Several students said they had already missed out on funding due to Brexit uncertainty
The four main political societies on campus debated issues affecting students in the run up to the general election
The students expressed concern regarding issues such as the NHS and study abroad schemes