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Union Assembly votes to keep police off campus

Union Assembly votes to keep police off campus

A motion severely limiting police presence on campus was passed by a large majority at the first Union Assembly
Preview: The Bass Music Awards 2019

Preview: The Bass Music Awards 2019

Fans of bass music should pay attention to what is set to be one of the biggest celebrations of talent within the industry in 2019.

Manchester is only UK city vying for Europe’s best Christmas market

Manchester stands alone as the only British city with a chance to be crowned Europe’s Best Christmas Market as voting for 2017 opens

The defiance of secession – Catalan independence

A fight for self-determination in the face of insurmountable odds

Students urged to register to vote after electoral registration shake up

A recent study by the Labour party has revealed that nearly 80,000 voters will be lost due to the new voting sign up rules, with many of them expected to be Labour or left-leaning students

Report highlights the weakness of the student vote in the general election

A study has highlighted how limitations in opinion poll methodology and the geographic dispersal of students resulted in their vote being weaker than expected in this year’s election

Student rep election results announced

A round up of the newly elected Student Officers; the highest election turnout in the university’s history

Plaque declaring alliance with Pro-Palestinian education moved

Students are outraged as the beginning of second semester meets the removal of the ‘Palestine and the Right to Education’ plaque from Manchester’s Students’ Union

Exec ignore voters, nix paid Mancunion editor

Sixty-eight per cent of students vote for Mancunion editor to be full-time paid job – but Exec ignore result and remove role as part of cuts to make up for £0.5m deficit

Apathetic turnout for Halls Committee elections

Seven out of twelve Owens Park RA positions go uncontested

So how did they vote?

After much agonising we now know how each Liberal Democrat MP cast their deciding vote during last Thursday’s crucial debate. As expected, every Lib Dem at the centre of government, including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Business Secretary Vince Cable voted for the rise.