Sunday, May 29, 2022

Politics

Removal of Maintenance Grants – Turning Education into a Privilege for the Elite

By Charlotte Cripps It could be said that an education is one of the most valuable things to have in life - in the words of...

Muslims “Quietly Condone Terrorism” – a Desperate Lie

While Muslims around the world fasted during the holy month of Ramaḍān, both terrorists and politicians alike continued in their respective destructive crusades which...

Corbyn’s Victory: Misplaced Optimism and Amnesia?

By Tanzil Chowdhury Though having never voted for the Labour Party (and I can’t imagine I ever will) Corbyn’s resounding victory is a welcome episode for...

Labour is Tearing Itself Apart and That Might Be A Good Thing

By Mike Knight The Labour leadership contest didn’t take long to descend into childish farce, I would say high farce but the players involved just aren’t...

Is There Any Hope for Workers at Manchester University?

By Charlotte Cripps On Tuesday 11th August, Manchester University announced that hundreds of potential compulsory redundancies could be handed out as part of their new £2million...

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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We Demand Justice for the Women of Pakistan

“Learn this once and learn it well, my daughter. Like a compass needle always points north, a man’s accusing finger always finds a woman”...