Many were left bemused when a Tory supporter appeared to be advocating the murder of his own party’s MPs. Simon
Anti government activists gathered in St Peter’s Square this week to protest against the Conservative Party as they hold their
The Conservative Party conference in Manchester has been met with anger and protests in St Peter’s Square. The square was
A wide range of protesters can be seen outside this year’s Conservative Party conference including anti-abortion organisations and Romany travelers,
Anti-Tory protesters filled part of St Peter’s Square today as they chanted to passing delegates of the conference. The annual
“We’re not happy and we need to keep saying so”- Manchester protests annual Conservative Party Conference
Thousands of protesters marched through Manchester to protest the arrival of the annual Conservative Party Conference set to start on
Mancunians are following city politics more closely than ever before, thanks to Mayor Andy Burnham’s dispute with Central Government before
Leigh has been a Labour held constituency for almost a century. Jo Platt won the seat in 2017 with a 20% majority over her nearest competitor James Grundy of the Conservative Party.
Bombastic, brilliant yet blithering – Boris Johnson held court in Manchester today for 45 minutes to close the Conservative Party Conference. His supporters were out in force at the GMEX complex and loved every minute as he spoke about Brexit, the NHS, his love for buses and contempt for Jeremy Corbyn. But what will the nation make of Johnson’s first party conference speech as Prime Minister? Here’s a summary…
May quits! Prime Minister announces she’s stepping down next month with emotional Downing Street speech
Theresa May says she’ll tender her resignation on June 7.
INTERVIEW: Brexit Party’s lead European elections North West candidate Claire Fox chats Farage leadership, Irish border and ‘scumbag’ Tommy Robinson
It’s election time once again, but instead of wannabe councillors knocking at your doors and littering you hallways with election leaflets, it’s the turn of those who want your vote to send them to the EU parliament (or not, as we are about to find out).