August 9 2007 is seen by many as the start of the ‘Credit Crunch’, when banks stopped lending to each other and Governments had to inject funds into financial systems. It led to queues outside Northern Rock branches and the collapse of Lehman Brothers Bank, as well as record falls in house prices. Ten years on politics experts from the University of Salford look at the impact of those events and ask if we could be heading for more of the same.
A POSTGRADUATE student is having his short film on the horrors gay men face in Chechnya premiered at Home, Manchester this week.
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