Universities could lose their positions on league tables if they refuse to do more to tackle ethnic disparity
New government statistics show a decrease for the first time since 2010, although the closure of a flagship shelter looms large
The Resolution Foundation thinktank estimated that the latest changes will add around £72 billion to government borrowing by 2022-23
Business leaders across the UK have asked the Prime Minister to change how mental health is dealt with professionally
The Universities Minister has said that the soaring numbers of students graduating with first and upper second class degrees in the UK are ‘threatening’ their value
Dr John Broderick speaks to us about the importance of scientists in policymaking, and advocating for environmental policies at a Conservative conference
Labour mayor Andy Burnham was put under the spotlight by members of the public in a Q and A style event.
The UK could do much more to win the hearts and minds of British Muslims
As we prepare for our first Budget since Brexit was decided, [email protected] are holding a Budget ‘Hack’ Day with a live stream and expert speakers to advise us on what’s coming next
A rise in the number of children going into care and the number of adults without housing has added pressure to the Manchester Town Hall budgeting crisis
New crime figures released by the Home Office show that police recorded crime in Greater Manchester has increased by 8% in the 12 months to September 2018, compared to 5% nationally
“The difference we’re making, you can see it in the smiles, the laughter, the noise level. It’s the sound of fun. It’s a sound every person, every kid, should be able to have,”
Tuition fees in the UK currently stand at £9,250 per year for home students, but the proposal has been met with both disapproval and agreement.
The Chancellor’s ‘end to austerity’ fell short of the mark in some people’s eyes, but other students remain unconvinced that the UK deficit has been tackled
UK university bosses call for the criminalisation of essay mills after research suggests as many as one in seven students are using them
One year on from Manchester City Council’s revised vision on tackling homelessness, I asked if any productive changes been made. Sean Proudman, who has been homeless for four years, spoke about his experience of rough sleeping and the support he has received.
Government announces pledge to fund research into robotics at UK universities, including the University of Manchester, as part of their Digital Strategy