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Spring Reign: A Story from the Syrian Conflict

Read Sadia Habib’s review of the play, held at The Lowry Theatre last month, telling the story of an ordinary family struggling in the midst...

‘United We Stand’ Comes to Manchester

Islamic Help charity organisation and Ion Promotions came together to put on the fresh and contemporary United We Stand show at Manchester’s Hilton Hotel...

Speaker Exclusive: Interview with Zaid Ali

Islamic Help charity organisation and Ion Promotions came together to put on the fresh and contemporary United We Stand show at Manchester’s Hilton Hotel...

“Northern Powerhouse” is Little More than a Big Society Rehash

Following the project launching and making it to the Queen’s Speech last month, Mike Knight highlights why devolution is such a neccessity in the North,...

A Day in the Life of a Muslim in Ramadan

By Ayyaz Malik I am 28 years old and have been keeping fasts for at least sixteen years. I am a Muslim and I do this...

Exhibition: The Mancorialist

Amillah Javed observes the photography, showing Manchester’s stylish and unique people, created by the man of mystery, The Mancorialist. A Manchester street style photographer, The Mancorialist...

Modern Day Slavery and the New Bill

Greater Manchester's Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed the Modern Day Slavery Bill, which has been announced in the Queen's Speech.  Ghazal Chaudhry discusses the...
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