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The politician, the media, and her wardrobe

The politician, the media, and her wardrobe

The gender of female MPs is still a source of criticism that their male counterparts have never been subjected to
Sunak science: Can the new PM be trusted?

Sunak science: Can the new PM be trusted?

With (another) new prime minister in power, we investigate his record on science and how that might impact the UK’s scientific community
“Always rooting for the lettuce” say students as Liz Truss resigns

“Always rooting for the lettuce” say students as Liz Truss resigns

Students are going through a rollercoaster of emotions with the Prime Minister announcing her resignation 45 days after being appointed.
Out of the frying pan into the fire: Who could replace BoJo?

Out of the frying pan into the fire: Who could replace BoJo?

Boris Johnson’s premiership is as tenuous as ever – but any replacement would spell the return of Thatcherism
Britain’s love of political satire has birthed the likes of Boris

Britain’s love of political satire has birthed the likes of Boris

Clementine Lawrence explores the ways in which political satire has become a double-edged sword
Exclusive: Risk assessment reveals how UoM could be impacted by a no-deal Brexit

Exclusive: Risk assessment reveals how UoM could be impacted by a no-deal Brexit

A new document seen by The Mancunion sets out potential problems that UoM might face if the UK crashes out of the European Union without a deal on the 29th of March
Parliament calls for re-introduction of means-tested grants

Parliament calls for re-introduction of means-tested grants

The parliamentary select committee has recommended the reversal of the policy that scrapped grants in 2016.

May pledges £2bn a year to science

Theresa May promises an annual £2 billion to scientific research and development (R&D) by 2020 and review of current tax incentives to help the UK’s science and technology industry

Brexit: Article 50 to be triggered by March 2017

At the annual Conservative Party conference, Prime Minister announced plans for Article 50 to be triggered by spring of next year

Controversy over May’s grammar school proposals

Theresa May’s proposal to reinstate Grammar schools has caused wide-spread controversy

The Conservatives need a new Iron Lady

Theresa May will be our next PM but must be more assertive and direct, like Thatcher, if she is to succeed at the country’s helm

Motion to ban Prime Minister from SU to be debated at Senate

The motion questions the democratic legitimacy of the current government, since “zero students voted Tory”

Corbyn needs to play the game

Jeremy Corbyn needs to be pragmatic as well as principled if he is to win over middle England and become Prime Minister

Protesters and supporters greet Chinese President at Town Hall

As Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in Manchester thousands gather to greet and protest his arrival

Natalie Bennett speaks of the insanity of nuclear weapons

Natalie Bennett tells The Mancunion about her fears of Trident, her views of Sunday’s National Demonstration, and her hopes for the future

De Montfort University’s decision to honour PM for gay marriage comes under fire

The De Montfort University Vice-Chancellor has been criticised for not consulting students and ignoring the PM’s voting record before making him a Companion of the university

My Political Villain: Tony Blair

Alice Rigby explains why former Prime Minister Tony Blair is her political villain…

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