Although the rate of increase in the number of new cases in GMCR has slowed, it is still too early to begin to think about returning to business as usual, according to Mayor Andy Burnham and Council Leader Sir Richard Leese.
Coronavirus: Roads are no race track, urge GMP chief Hopkins and Andy Burnham in weekly media briefing
Mayor Andy Burnham addressed a mixed bag of developments in the Coronavirus situation following the fifth meeting of the Greater Manchester Covid Emergency Committee.
Manchester’s Central Convention Complex (G-MEX) will be transformed into a ‘Nightingale’ field hospital to help treat coronavirus sufferers.
The chancellor Rishi Sunak has today announced unprecedented measures to support self-employed people through the economic hardship created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
INTERVIEW: ‘Six out of 10’… Manchester Mayor Burnham unsure about Tory budget’s benefits for North West
Giving new Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget “six out of ten”, GM Mayor Andy Burnham has expressed concerns that the budget was “a little high on rhetoric and a little bit low on delivery”.
His wicked sense of humour and candid insights into his turbulent personal life form the basis for the majority of his music, and his surprise new album ‘Music to be Murdered By’ is no different.
‘It is time to break the cycle of failure’: Mayor Andy Burnham pledges justice for child sex victims
Mayor has pledged to get justice for the victims of child sex abuse.
Operation Augusta: Investigation into sexual exploitation of Manchester children exposes major failings by authorities
An independent assurance review of the effectiveness of multi-agency responses to child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester released today has exposed serious faults within a system that should have protected children but instead ignored their pleas for help.
It has been revealed by the Manchester Evening News that a shelter under Andy Burnham’s ‘Bed Every Night’ is to be relocated due to complaints relating to needles being found near the area.
Last Friday’s final consultation on whether Greater Manchester’s buses should be returned to public authority control was extremely convincing.
Power to the people? Consultations on future of Greater Manchester’s buses to have final say this Friday
The final in a series of discussions on whether to bring Greater Manchester’s buses back under public control will take place this Friday.