In the wake of yesterday’s devastating terrorist attacks in Paris, MM spoke to two people who witnessed the events first hand.
Aside from the issue of the offence that could have caused to Muslims across the UK and beyond, would it have been legal to publish images of the cartoons?
In 2014, the country recorded the highest number of anti-semitic attacks in three decades, with further shocking research published yesterday revealing that nearly half of the British population agreed with anti-Jewish statements.
MM take to the streets of Manchester to hear what Mancunians have to say about freedom of speech.
The lives of the Charlie Hebdo shooting victims would have been saved by police competency, according to a French lecturer at the University of Manchester.
The terror attack on Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris was marked in Piccadilly Gardens last night as mourners gathered for a candlelit vigil.
Greater Manchester Police have marked the murders of twelve Parisians at the Charlier with a small ceremony and two minutes silence outside the Charles Hale road headquarters.