Jay Darcy reviews Re:Creating Europe at MIF19, an unashamedly pro-EU and anti-Brexit play-come-guest speaker event featuring Lemn Sissay and Juliet Stevenson
During the competition an Egyptian fan was struck in the eye with a stray shot
Another domino has fallen… will it topple a united Europe?
Catalonia’s referendum doesn’t bode well for either sides of the independence movement
The most fabulous night in the musical calendar returns with political drama, horse masks, and a few plot twists, writes Elizabeth Rushton
Feeling blue about being stuck in Manchester? Why not book yourself a weekend away; here’s some tips on how to make it as cheap as possible
Changes to the languages we are taught at school may be made in a bid to improve the UK’s economic standing and the social integration of immigrants
Reporter Joe Murphy had a VIP ticket to part of the National British Wrestling Festival, and this is how get got on
Jacob Dunn looks at the rise of Italian politician Matteo Salvini from obscure political outsider to the new flag bearer of Europe’s populist far right
Known for being quirky, inexpensive and rich in history, Slovenia’s capital city is quickly becoming a popular tourist destination. Praised for its commitment to improving the environment, Victoria Evans proves the city has much more to offer than cheap pints.
Manchester stands alone as the only British city with a chance to be crowned Europe’s Best Christmas Market as voting for 2017 opens
A fight for self-determination in the face of insurmountable odds
With Easter and summer coming up, we take a look at three European destinations that are perfect to visit with your student ID to get the best discounts
This week in global news
The political progress of Europe in the post-war era is being threatened by the rightwards movement of French politics
Manchester has been announced the tenth most expensive city to study in, but with the rise of competitive institutions, will the University continue to attract prospective students?