Britain has long depended on its naval prowess and command over the seas, so is it not high time we recognised our need for a presence on the ocean?
Head teachers in West Sussex forced to consider drastic action to battle lack of allocated funding
At the annual Conservative Party conference, Prime Minister announced plans for Article 50 to be triggered by spring of next year
With voter turnout remaining a prevalent issue in US politics, have we been using the power of celebrity and social media for good?
Lioui Benhamou addresses the deeper connotations of the debate surrounding France’s banning of the controversial ‘burkini’
In light of recent events, Ryan Khudara critically assesses a shift in political language
Master’s student Luqman Onikosi faces deportation back to Nigeria where he will not receive critical Hepatitis B treatment
Joely Thomas has some reading recommendations for the Tories and their supporters
Has the SU gone too far? And if so, how can we tackle the objectification of women in such publications?
Labour’s defence policy does more to expose the party’s weaknesses than protect those it claims to
Jeremy Hunt announces new plans for present and future medical students
Corbyn expects to win general election with ‘21st century socialism’
Head Features Editor Jacob Nicholas sat down with the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, to talk about everything from Brexit to building a hotel on campus
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
On the back of Jeremy Corbyn’s resounding victory in last year’s Labour leadership election, we explore the legacy of adopted Mancunian Friedrich Engels
George Bolton looks at how David Cameron’s PR-managed answers could be harming his credibility in the long run