For the first time since 2015 the Conservative Party and Labour Party leaders will lock horns in a live TV debate. Follow the latest developments here…
Radical feminist Julie Blindel and rightwing commentator Milo Yiannopoulis have been banned from speaking at a Manchester Students’ Union debate on free speech.
Amnesty International Manchester are celebrating the modern relevance of the Human Rights Act for its 15th anniversary by hosting an evening talk on October 11.
Banks should have been ‘left to go bust’ instead of allocating tax payers’ money to bail them out, according to a leading economist during a Manchester debate.
The 60th anniversary of Allen Ginsberg’s ground-breaking poem Howl is to be celebrated at The Wonder Inn in Manchester.
Alan Dyson, who attended a state grammar school, believes that children who come from privileged backgrounds shouldn’t be able to buy advantages when it comes to education.
Millions will be watching Salford tonight as the leaders of the country’s biggest political parties take part in the first televised debate of the election season.
Three local politicians will come head-to-head when they present their parties’ education manifestos to the public in preparation for May’s general election.
Young people are being urged to quiz election candidates in Manchester during a series of political debates at the People’s History Museum.
After speaking to dozens upon dozens of people, most notably former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell and the Pirate Party’s Loz Kaye, to get their views on the drugs legalisation debate, MM lays bare the truths of these conversations.
Is there such a thing as a rational suicide? This is the controversial question to be addressed during a debate at Manchester Museum as part of SICK! Festival.