Hundreds of anti-austerity protesters gathered to demonstrate their anger towards the government’s homelessness funding cuts in Manchester yesterday.
The People’s History Museum commemorated the women’s suffrage movement last Saturday as part of International Women’s Day (IWD) – documenting the events before females were eventually granted the full right to an electoral vote in 1928.
Plans to build a £15million Margaret Thatcher museum would be ‘utterly insensitive’ given the ‘harsh’ austerity measures being imposed on the ‘bottom end of society’, argues a Manchester campaigner.
Manchester has been named the world’s 14th most sustainable city and community groups are the driving force behind it, according to an environmental campaigner.
Marchers, brought together by Unison, will assemble at Castlefield Arena on Liverpool Road at 11am tomorrow to protest against austerity
‘A fair deal for Salford’: City’s mayor launches petition to combat austerity after slamming government cuts
Mayor Ian Stewart calling for change
Relief for Manchester motorists at petrol pumps as Chancellor George Osborne scraps planned fuel duty
The budget was announced at the House of Commons
Labour councillors complain of political point-scoring.
Passengers stranded at Manchester Airport during EU anti-cuts protests – no further flight delays expected
Athens-bound easyJet passengers were unable to fly.
SWP prepare next stage in fighting cuts.
Failed landlord licensing scheme set to return to Salford despite leaving £700,000 void in council budget
Scheme failed to cover costs of running department.