The BBC and Greater Manchester Combined Authority have launched campaigns to help those who are digitally excluded to enable them
Majority of Brits don’t believe TV license is good value for money and it’s about to hit worse for pensioners
The British public is starting to speak out against what they believe is ‘a scam’.
A YouGov poll has found that over half of the people asked did not believe that the BBC license fee is a good value for money.
What is a proper football fan? Well, there isn’t actually a definition of what makes you a proper fan, as we all consume ‘the beautiful game’ in many different ways…
Coronavirus’ damage to the economy could be equally critical, but why has this virus been allowed to go viral? And how will the world change after this dastardly disease has finished its deadly domination? If we trace it back to its (disputed) source in the Huanan seafood markets in the Chinese city of Wuhan, there’s definitely something fishy going on here…
Sally Rooney is the literary darling of the moment. For many, her novels, Conversations with Friends and Normal People, capture the voice of a generation, and have earned her a place in the millennial zeitgeist.
The numerous restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic have unfortunately put a halt to many social aspects of our lives. But the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre were determined to continue entertaining the nation by broadcasting ‘live’ productions on television.
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.
Politics has turned nasty. Not on the streets, it has been that way for a while, but towards the media. Where it used to be brutal behind the scenes, now it is all out in the open.
The sun has set on an extraordinary summer for English cricket. However, with the recently-proposed Hundred competition – the ECB’s answer to glitzy T20 tournaments like the Indian Premier League and Australia’s Big Bash – the move away from county cricket has the potential to alienate masses of loyal cricket fans.
A picturesque setting hosted the unveiling of the very gritty World War II drama World on Fire written by Hazel Grove’s own Peter Bowker, with members of the cast present to share their thoughts.
‘Even more disconnected’: Age UK Manchester manager critical of BBC proposal to means test TV licence
A manager of a leading charity for the elderly fears that thousands of pensioners over the age of 75 will risk prosecution by watching television without a TV license fee after a proposal from the BBC to introduce means tests to qualify for the free provision.