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James Jackson tells us why he regardsTolstoy as an inspiration.
This week Kimberly McIntosh picks the ‘Prince of Darkness’ as her political hero
Statistics indicate a rise in claims for Jobseeker’s Allowance in Greater Manchester despite a fall in unemployment
Tom Hoctor The result of the Oldham East and Saddleworth (OES) by-election was not quite, but almost, a foregone conclusion. For reasons best known to themselves a large portion of the electorate voted for the Liberal Democrats at the general election last May. Many of these were what are technically known as protest voters (although […]
Tom Danaher discuss the recent Police and Crime Commissioner elections, following a shocking low turnout
WoW player Colleen Lachowicz has been elected to the Maine State Senate
One woman, two jobs: Maria Miller as culture secretary and minister for women and equalities?
Meet the maverick lecturer who will head Manchester University’s new University College for Interdisciplinary Learning
Tom Hoctor An early action of the coalition government was to commission a report into the merits of health and safety legislation. This was much trumpeted by the media, and was seen as a victory for the papers that had campaigned tirelessly for common sense against the incursions of the nanny state telling people how […]