Angry university students have organised two protests to fight for reduced rent and tuition fees. The protests have been organised
Passengers passing through Piccadilly Station this morning will be among the first in the country to see the NUS campaign targeting the parliamentary candidates who broke their tuition fee pledge back in 2010.
‘Northern voice’ in national politics: Labour councillor pledges to help Manchester burst ‘Westminster bubble’
Manchester city centre councillor Kevin Peel wants the voices of Mancunians to burst the ‘Westminster Bubble’ – and backed Ed Miliband to become Prime Minister.
Government cut funding to National Scholarship Programme
Kimberly takes up her placard applauding ‘people power’
Students hit back at fine system
‘Sugar Daddies’ paying tuition fees soar: Hundreds of Manchester female students use men for university bills
University sees 180% increase in daring scholars.
Emotive, enthused, but cautious: Ed Miliband plays hand close to chest before Manchester Labour conference
Labour leader prepares for conference.
Student unions across Manchester reject Nick Clegg’s tuition fee apology.
‘Young people do have political power and aren’t afraid to use it in Manchester’s council elections’, new National Youth Agency Chair claims
The new chair of a youth charity claims that George Galloway’s by-election victory in Bradford West illustrates that young people do have political po
I’m resigned to people not being bothered about politics, either thinking it doesn’t apply to them, or is a waste of their time.