Unions threaten further strike action if offer of one per cent pay increase not improved
“Debt-ins” take place across campus to protest sell-off of student loan book
Valentine Landeg argues that the press need to highlight the plight of public services for protest to be effective
#demo2012 might be lauded as a successful statement by the NUS, but what did it really mean?
‘The Art of Protest: MMUnion Edition’ exhibited student artwork at MMUnion
– Liam Burns concerned that violence may hamper #Demo2012
– Millbank protest left ‘a cloud over the organisation’
Manchester students protest over the UK Border Agency revoking London Metropolitan University’s license to teach non-EU students
An estimated 5,000 students from Manchester’s universities and colleges marched through the city centre last week. Lecturers, parents, and local politicians joined students in bringing Oxford Road to a standstill.
A University of Manchester academic was charged with assaulting a police officer last week.
The arrest was made during the third national day of action against the planned cuts to higher education and the proposed rise in tuition fees.
Protests planned over below inflation pay increases
Over 900 signatures, supporters include Members of Parliament
Conor McGurran tells us the problems he sees with the government’s much debated NHS reforms
Mike Weatherley recieved police escort out of mob scene
Women’s rights campaigners create counter-protest in response to graphic images on display
Since it’s birth one year ago, the Occupy Movement has spread across the world, writes Eve Fensome
In the wake of the much-publicised Roscoe occupation, Jak Dyehouse assesses the rationale behind the seemingly unstoppable spread of occupations to cities across the world
Police charged unarmed, peaceful protesters on horseback and used “heavy-handed” tactics to disrupt protests on Oxford Road last week.