George Walker argues that the Conservative party have adopted an imperialistic and culturally ignorant attitude towards Brexit, putting the future of Britain at risk.
Security provided for less prestigious institutions through the bottom-up structure of European Union programmes could be lost post-Brexit.
Bella Jewell interviews Jack Tindale from Policy Connect ahead of the Design Manchester Festival, uncovering his views on the role of the Arts in Education, Policymaking, and the impact on the Design Sector post-Brexit
Sophie Marriott writes: Theresa May’s visit to the UK’s closest partners in Africa displays the paternalism and imperialism still present in global trade
“A deal or no-deal Brexit is the biggest challenge facing higher education and the country”, says Sally Hunt.
The UK has pledged at least £92m to a satellite navigation system that is proposed to rival the EU’s Galileo project. After the EU announced that the UK would not be able to access sensitive encrypted data from Galileo post-Brexit this coming March, the UK has threatened to launch its own sat-nav system despite having […]
After over a decade of mishandling Scotland, the Scottish National Party is inevitably losing their popular base, and it’s about time
The survey hopes to particularly capture students’ views on the single market
Sir Anton Muscatelli has attacked politicians over the uncertainty of an EU exit
Council leaders across the city have announced contingency plans as the threat of a No Deal Brexit increases
Labour MP Chuka Umunna visited his old university, UoM, to discuss the People’s Vote campaign with students.
The Royal College of Midwives revealed the NHS only gains 1 midwife for every 30 trained
The Whitworth challenges us to look at the tumult of our times and the dysfunction of our society through the prints of Goya and Hogarth, writes Louis Haddad
Editor-in-Chief Kirstie O’Mahony sat down with the VC to talk all things gender, Brexit and, of course, strikes
European Affairs society hosts engaging talk inviting students to think about EU’s role with Africa and other former colonised areas’ development and trade on the eve of Brexit
Erasmus+ supports students who wish to study across the EU for up to twelve months and the UK’s participation in the scheme post 2019 was unclear