Can the Labour party ever make it back into government? Paul Embery debates this question in his latest book Despised: Why the Modern Left Loathes the Working Class
Alexia Pieretti reviews We Won’t Fall at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation
Sacha Perera explains his philosophical and political reasoning for spoiling his ballot in the most recent general election.
Jay Darcy discusses the latest media flurry about Harry and Meghan and their recent choice to depart from the Royal Family
Alexia Pieretti reviews the University of Manchester Drama Society’s production of Rory Mullarkey’s The Wolf from the Door
The centre was saved after fears it would lose warehouse space
Why Big Lip needs to pull the ‘magic money tree’ out of his arse and deliver before we’ve had it.
Students’ Union Education Officer suggested that “government interfering with academic autonomy is dangerous” as letter is sent to MPs about Brexit teaching
Shadow Education Secretary argues that “Labour respects the result of the referendum but rejects the view of many hard-line Tories of a Brexit at any cost”
The publishing of the EHRC report shed light on key features of the anti-Semitism issue within the Labour Party, yet somehow it is political individuals who are receiving the most attention whilst anti-Semitism itself continues to be pushed aside
Alexia Pieretti reviews The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson at the Lowry
Important arguments in the ongoing post-election culture war are becoming overshadowed by celebratory Brexit merchandise, argues George Walker
Politics and sport are undeniably very important topics, but when they are joined together it can often have calamitous results, writes Tom Reynolds
Inspired by Louder Than Words Festival, Katie Hourigan discusses politics, escapism and community through the lens of electronic dance music
Donald Trump is the peace movement’s greatest enemy, but he could become its greatest asset, writes CND volunteer Lily Sheehan
Final year students need to look now at their circumstances and understand what hardship could lie in wait for them if the Tories don’t halt and fix this cruelly designed replacement of Jobseekers Allowance.
Conservative Party conference ending makes headlines but not in the way Theresa May would have hoped