On December 31st 2020 the UK left the EU. Ten days later it was reported that amongst the Brexit negotiations,
Last December, Boris Johnson swept the Conservatives to a majority in Parliament. A year on, how did our Manchester MPs
Ferry operators have urged Brits to prepare for changes to travel rules in the wake of Brexit to ensure ‘smooth
On the eve of the 75th anniversary marking the end of World War II, the Guardian posted an editorial piece claiming that Britain ought to “get over the war,” adding: “This is not a time for false pride.” But in the context of VE Day, we owe it to honour the extraordinary stoicism of the wartime generation, and here’s why…
Following years of political turmoil, uncertainty and a growing feeling of Euroscepticism, Britain has finally left the European Union. MM spoke to prominent UKIP councillor Sean Hornby to ask about the future of his party now their job is ‘done’…
After 47 years and 30 days, the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union will end at 11pm tonight.
It’s sometime in October and I’m standing in front of Manchester Central Library, watching a white middle-aged man flick racial slurs over a barrier at a young man in a suit.
University of Manchester students have slammed MPs’ vote against the Erasmus programme negotiation.
Five homes Bruno Fernandes could move into if he signs for Manchester United.
Brexit-mad Bolton council has triumphantly announced that it will be officially celebrating leaving the EU in a dazzling fashion.
Bolton’s Town Hall will be lit up in the red, white and blue colours of the Union Jack while the flag of Great Britain will be proudly flying on every single civic building and civic flagpole across the borough.
Shadow cabinet ministers said pro-Leave Northern voters were “bigoted and racist”, Labour Party Chairman Ian Lavery claimed in Wigan on Saturday.