Previously Held Positions: Editor (2021-2022), News Editor (2021-2021), Politics Editor (2020-2021), Deputy Politics Editor (2020-2020)
How Rooseveltian is Johnson’s ‘New Deal’ plan?
With Rishi Sunak having ushered through an emergency mini-budget, it is important to assess whether the new changes represent an exercise in damage limitation or are truly the start of a Rooseveltian-like vision.
Persevere and don't let the virus take control
A student's guide to coping with lockdown
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought out the best and worst in humanity
It's those small acts of kindness that can make all the difference
Furlough scheme prevents rise in redundancies at University
A recent Freedom of Information request reveals the University took full advantage of government support
Health and Social Care Levy to hit young and low wage earners the hardest
Boris Johnson breaks manifesto promises by hiking National Insurance and dumping the triple lock
'Global Britain' has failed Afghan interpreters
The British Government's exit plan has led to Afghan interpreters feeling unsafe and left behind
YUSU commits elections branding U-turn after failure to recognise disabled prejudice
Exclusive Nouse investigation uncovers emails exposing YUSU's lack of awareness to a controversial elections poster
Charlie Jeffery:"I've stuck my neck out as Vice-Chancellor"
The Vice-Chancellor speaks about strikes and the University's response to Covid-19
YUSU outcome fails to ban Debating Society member after a Nazi outburst
Nouse investigation reveals that YUSU’s response to complaint left former President dissatisfied
The digital economy, four-day working weeks and the 'productivity puzzle'
Ed Halford catches up with James Plunkett, author of End State and a Guardian political book of the year
Thank you and goodbye
Ed Halford and Lucy Cooper reflect on the achievements of former and current editors
Vice-Chancellor commits to affordable accommodation
Nouse speaks to Charlie Jeffery about the new student centre, the cost of living crisis and Manchester City
Rohan reveals "scary" experience of racism
YUSU’s future Activities Officer discusses the importance of “active inclusion”
This Is Going to Hurt: The Indispensable Value of the NHS
Ed Halford reviews the seven part BBC drama about the challenging life of a labour ward doctor
Nouse: the new home of investigative journalism
"Journalism is all about challenging and holding to account powerful people and institutions"
Michael Gove: the relentless reformer
The politician "tired of experts" is now the establishment's only hope for Tory survival
Nouse reviews YUSU's Elections debate night
Ed Halford and Gracie Daw give their thoughts on how the candidates performed