Krishan Puvvada argues the right to choose a private school education should not be taken away.
The National Organisation of Labour Students, which is 40 years old, will be eradicated in favour of a new student wing
A representative of Stockport for over 25 years, Coffey joined colleagues in criticising the party’s leadership over Brexit and antisemitism
Lecturers from the University’s [email protected] group led a range of talks dedicated to policy-making
Ex-Co Chair of Manchester Labour Students, Ally Routledge, details the scenery of her journey through student politics
As Jeremy Corbyn remains triumphant as Labour leader, Barney Weston ponders why socialism is such a dirty word
Manchester students travelled to London to join the largest anti-nuclear demonstration in a generation against the renewal of Trident
Colm Lock takes his scalpel to Jeremy Corbyn’s frontbench
Newly elected Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau could be the international test case for the revival of social democratic policies worldwide, and in Britain
George Walker argues Corbyn’s new Brexit policy is the only way to unite the country.
According to The Times, the Prime Minister’s aides said that if a general election is called next month, this could limit the time available for students to register to vote
Hannah Vallance argues Corbyn’s pledge to change the way the British Empire is remembered and taught is fundamental in order to understand Britain’s place in the world today.
Only 17 per cent of Fallowfield turned out to vote in Manchester’s local elections today, making it the ward with the lowest turnout in the whole city
Following the publication of ‘Manchester Labour Students move left’ to unofficial Momentum magazine The Clarion, yet more divisions begin to reveal themselves within MLS
Following the Mancunion’s investigation into racism within the party, Jessica Chow-Lau argues there is more work to be done
Mo Ahmed, co-chair of Manchester Labour Students, resigned whilst attending the party’s youth conference owing to allegations directed at him regarding leaks and institutional racism at the conference
First there was George Osborne’s omni-shambles, but now the tables have turned and the new Leader of the Opposition is having one of his very own