Underachieving, absentee students, whose bad behaviour disrupts lessons and who lack understanding of how to keep safe in sexual relationships have seen a Manchester secondary school awarded the lowest possible rating by Ofsted.
‘I am Manchester’: Urban artist Mancsy on changing perception of graffiti and ‘beauty in the back streets’
MM caught up with Mancsy to discuss his work around the city, his experience as a street artist and a descendent of Bristol’s Banksy, and how the face of graffiti is changing.
Chancellor George Osborne has been told he either needs to ‘put up or shut up’ by an Ashton Labour MP after plans to electrify the railway line between Manchester and Leeds seem to have been out on hold.
‘I remember being scared of my clitoris’: Comedian tackles ‘final taboo’ in Manchester show Women Who Wank
At the manchester Fringe Festival launch MM caught up with performer and co-creator of FoolSize Theatre Joanne Tremarco to chat about her upcoming show Women Who Wank.
A Rochdale care home for the elderly is reeling from an ‘inadequate’ rating in their latest report by the Care Quality Commission.
‘Isolated, outcast and bullied’: Manchester director reveals inspiration for feminist sci-fi film The Last of Her Blood
Feminist science-fiction film The Last of Her Blood that follows a young woman’s fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic reality and is based in Manchester is set for release on June 12.
‘We want to tear people down without feeling bad’: Jon Ronson explores shaming on social media at Bury Met
Last night Jon Ronson took to the stage at the Bury Met for an evening all about public shaming on social media.
Cocktails in the City returned to Manchester for a showcase of mixing, swirling, and sipping, exhibiting the newest talent from bars across the city.
Mr O’Donoghue believed UKIP’s national election campaign had been unfairly represented by the media, and Nigel Farage is the only politician who speaks his mind.
Feminists from across the country overtook the Whitworth Gallery last night for their event Sex and the Stereotype.
Manchester could possibly be following Lincoln’s lead to ban ‘legal highs’ after GMP announced they were locating shops that are selling the substances across the city.