After 47 years and 30 days, the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union will end at 11pm tonight.
Five homes Bruno Fernandes could move into if he signs for Manchester United.
The 638% increase in male victims of reported and attempted rape may just be ‘the tip of the iceberg’ according to one survivor.
The Conservatives have ended 36 years of Labour rule in Heywood and Middleton after winning by 663 votes in tonight’s general election.
74% rise in North West drug-related deaths in last decade prompts Tories into new addiction strategy
With just over a week to go until polling day, the Conservatives have pledged that they will launch a new strategy intended to tackle drug and gambling addiction.
‘She hasn’t bothered moving to the constituency’: MM chat to Tory candidate vying for Greater Manchester seat
Ever since its creation in 1983, Heywood and Middleton has had 36 years of uninterrupted Labour rule. In an interview with MM, we discussed all sorts of issues with the Conservative candidate Chris Clarkson on topics ranging from representation, Brexit, the police, unemployment and the future of the NHS.
Heywood and Middleton has been a Labour-held constituency since it was created in 1983. Liz McInnes won her third consecutive election in 2017, increasing her majority to 7,617.
‘A town that really gets behind its football team’: Shakers fans seek fresh start while Bury FC fight on
Bury Football Club, the 134-year-old Football League outfit, is facing a winding-up petition in the High Court, launched by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), due to unpaid debts. The case was adjourned on October 16 and is due to re-commence this Wednesday (October 30).
Leavers from across the political spectrum marched through the streets of Manchester yesterday in the name of democracy. March4Democracy was a Leavers of Manchester event organised by Joan Mulvenna and the group is a branch of the Brexit-supporting social networking group, Leavers of Britain.
The first Saturday sitting of Parliament since the outbreak of the Falklands War in 1982 was dubbed ‘Super Saturday’ as it ended in defeat for Prime Minister Boris Johnson.