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Preview: Pizza Shop Heroes

Preview: Pizza Shop Heroes

Phosphoros Theatre, a refugee theatre company, bring their new show to Manchester
Post-study visas for international students to be extended

Post-study visas for international students to be extended

Good news for international students and the UK economy – grads in the UK can now stay for two extra years on their student visa
Court finds government Prevent duty guidance unlawful

Court finds government Prevent duty guidance unlawful

Government counter-extremism guidelines on universities inviting controversial figures to speak has been ruled unbalanced, inaccurate, and unlawful
Andy Burnham issues warning over UK’s asylum policy

Andy Burnham issues warning over UK’s asylum policy

The Mayor’s intervention comes as the policy continues to have serious effects for the North of England
Manchester student and victim of sexual abuse facing deportation

Manchester student and victim of sexual abuse facing deportation

Emmaculate Tshuma an 18-year-old Manchester student has been detained and is facing the threat of deportation despite having suffered physical and sexual abuse in her home country
Home Office appoints gap year students to decide asylum claims

Home Office appoints gap year students to decide asylum claims

The Home Office has responded saying that recruiting students to decide on asylum claims has become an efficient way to handle the workload in busy periods
International students at London business school asked to leave UK

International students at London business school asked to leave UK

The NUS expressed disappointment with the government by criticizing its flawed system that is now forcing lecturers to speed up teaching for the next semester and thus provide for an unfulfilling university experience in the UK
Visa restrictions for international students is ‘racial discrimination’

Visa restrictions for international students is ‘racial discrimination’

Students are being denied a visa to enter the UK based on the level of immigration offences in their country, with Nigeria, Pakistan and India most likely to receive rejections
New weapon scanner developed in manchester to revolutionise global security

New weapon scanner developed in manchester to revolutionise global security

Team from Manchester Metropolitan University design potentially ground breaking technology
One dead, eight hospitalised at WHP opening weekend

One dead, eight hospitalised at WHP opening weekend

32-year-old woman in coma after Friday 4th October show Drug-testing initiative to take place at club

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