Nimo Omer argues that the new Labour Party stance on a peope’s vote is too little, too late
Oli Storey writes about the upcoming EU Elections; what should be an opportunity to highlight some key issues has become a second referendum by proxy
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.
Alexander Candlin argues that a second EU referendum would do more harm than good, and would ruin any claim to democracy that the UK once had.
Brexit is plagued with uncertainty, and the faster we’re moving towards it, the less we know about the UK’s position as a science powerhouse
Cachella Smith suggests that providing incentives to encourage people to vote will not necessarily generate a fair and representative outcome
New research from Milkround shows that graduates are concerned about the uncertainty Brexit will have on the job market
Spanish students are reconsidering Erasmus placements in the UK, as Brexit creates uncertainty
Contributor Jack Greeney reviews Post Malone’s highly anticipated the arena performance, but were even the greatest fans underwhelmed?
She’s been the Vice-Chancellor of UoM for nine years, so how does she think 2018/19 went?
Oliver Storey suggests that the demoncracy of the country rests on us having another opportunity to vote for or against Brexit.
Erasmus programmes are in jeopardy over loss of funding
Greater Manchester MPs once again re-affirm their opposition to a No Deal, as an extension to Article 50 appears an increasingly attractive prospect
Tallulah Brennan argues that the racist rhetoric of the Brexit vote was motivated by the imperial nostalgia of the Baby Boomer generation.
The fund is designed to reduce the short-term impacts of Brexit on struggling communities, although some argue it does not address wider issues
QS director of rankings Ben Stower warns that UK success in the rankings depends on their Erasmus partnerships
A recent research project carried out by select universities on behalf of the United Nations Association has found the UK must improve its foreign policy after Brexit to maintain its current influence in the United Nations