Sacha Perera explains his philosophical and political reasoning for spoiling his ballot in the most recent general election.
Manchester Young Labour’s Jawad Khan looks at what follows the general election for the party on campus
A heartwarming evening of film hosted by MLS
At its annual party conference in Brighton, Labour promised to end private schools in the interest of “social justice”
Oli Storey writes about the upcoming EU Elections; what should be an opportunity to highlight some key issues has become a second referendum by proxy
Greater Manchester MPs once again re-affirm their opposition to a No Deal, as an extension to Article 50 appears an increasingly attractive prospect
Luke O Hane argues that listening to the views of the general public may help Theresa May to gain more confidence within her Brexit negotiations.
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
Archie Earle discusses the contenders in the Labour leadership race, asking whether the party can salvage its reputation
The four main political societies on campus debated issues affecting students in the run up to the general election
All four political societies on campus respond to questions about the upcoming election. They discuss the current PM and their plans for campaigning, as well as Brexit and domestic policies
The National Organisation of Labour Students, which is 40 years old, will be eradicated in favour of a new student wing
Jacob Dunn considered about what the emergence of the Independent Group means for British Politics, arguing it is a good sign in an otherwise increasingly polarising politics
George Walker argues ‘The Independent Group’ represents a backwards step for progressive politics and the electoral fight against the failing Conservative party, a by-election should be called immediately.
Nimo Omer suggests that the Labour Party has foregone its ideals of inclusiveness in an attempt to attract more voters.
Has the novel sheen of Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn begun to dull? Nimo Omer argues that in wake of the scandal surrounding anti-semitism it is time for the party to move on from their idealisation of the scruffy socialist