Students’ Union Education Officer suggested that “government interfering with academic autonomy is dangerous” as letter is sent to MPs about Brexit teaching
As part of our series of interviews with local candidates before June 8th, we sit down with Shaden Jaradat, the Conservative party candidate for Gorton
Education Secretary Justine Greening was unable to confirm whether the Erasmus+ programme will remain a possibility for students in the UK post-Brexit
During the Mancunion Live event audience members were able to tweet their views with #MancunionLive. These are the highlights of your comments
Ryan Khurana, the organiser of Milo Yiannapoulos’ upcoming talk, gives his view on why safe space policies have no place in universities
The De Montfort University Vice-Chancellor has been criticised for not consulting students and ignoring the PM’s voting record before making him a Companion of the university
With the general election just around the corner, could UKIP be the party to change the way we see Westminster?
Mike Weatherley recieved police escort out of mob scene
Despite rumours that tuition frees were set to be cut at the Conservative Party conference, Theresa May instead announced a freeze
A Cambridge Conservative student provokes outrage as he burns a £20 note in front of a homeless man while filming his actions on Snapchat
Current Affairs Editor Joe C. Evans in discussion with journalist, author, and voice of the right Peter Hitchens
Mancunion Live will see student representatives from each political party go head to head to discuss the key issues facing students and society today
Colm Lock, whose attendance at the Conservative Party Conference saw him egged by a protester, gives an exclusive insight into what it was like inside the ‘safe zone’, and his jump onto the front pages of national newspapers
A General election debate at the University of Manchester brought together representatives from the five major political parties
As the public becomes increasingly Eurosceptic, Lisa Murgatroyd discusses how UKIP are becoming serious political contenders
The UK is finally out of recession, but what does this really mean?