The October Brexit deadilne is fast approaching, but it’s been 117 days since the University updated its guidance for EU students considering studying here
The decline of EU citizens re-considering working and settling in Manchester follows the national trend
A new document seen by The Mancunion sets out potential problems that UoM might face if the UK crashes out of the European Union without a deal on the 29th of March
The Chancellor of the Exchequer condemns the EU “the enemy” as Manchester benefits from its kindness
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”
Leaving the EU could put huge financial pressure on Scotland to continue providing free education to non-UK EU students after Brexit
Liam Kelly, our Features Editor, guides you through the second Mancunion Live event—on the EU referendum—in case you can’t make it in person
Ben Farren discusses how the EU’s neo-liberal, corporatist agenda has polluted the organisation to its very core
Union Education Officer and 20 others made the journey to Greece during the snap elections which saw socialist coalition Syriza take power in Athens
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
Alexander Candlin looks at the potential of a no-deal Brexit, and asks whether MPs voting against it as an option has damaged the UK’s bargaining position.
Security provided for less prestigious institutions through the bottom-up structure of European Union programmes could be lost post-Brexit.
Catalonia holds a referendum to vote on becoming an independent republic. Labelled as ‘illegal’ by the EU and denied by the Spanish Government entirely, the Catalonians are seen as rebellious teenagers of Spain
Alastair Campbell calls for Manchester students to attend the upcoming ‘Stop Brexit’ protest to show “depth of concern and anger about Brexit”
Ollie Potter looks at how the results of the Brexit referendum and the US Election were surprising yet anticipated; the people are sick of the status quo
Simon Youel discusses whether Benn’s evocation of fascism was an attempt to appeal to a deep-seated fear