After Black Lives Matter protests shook cities across the world, dating application Grindr opted to remove its ‘ethnicity filter’, sparking
Inanimate objects long forgotten are being given a new lease of life at the Whitworth Museum in Manchester until March 2020 to remember nightspot The Reno in Moss Side – where Bob Marley, Muhammad Ali and Chaka Khan once visited.
A leading Manchester entrepreneur has slammed the Government’s National Living Wage, describing it as discriminatory against under 25s.
No action is taken in two thirds of discrimination complaints made by the public against Greater Manchester Police, MM has learned.
‘You’re not disabled’: Woman snubbed by Manchester Arena in ticket row wants to ‘live without judgement’
An Adele fan with long-term illness and mobility problems was told she ‘didn’t have a disability’ when booking tickets for the singer’s world tour at the Manchester Arena.
‘Men are good bullsh***ers’: Female computer science undergrads outnumbered one to five at Manchester Uni
An FOI has revealed a huge gender divide within The University of Manchester’s School of Computer Science.
Everyone thinks I’m a woman! Brave Manchester model abused on Grindr and turned away from Canal Street bars
A male Manchester model, who has suffered a life of alienation and been the victim of abuse on Grindr, is accusing Canal Street bars of discrimination
‘Orthodox priests’ strike a pose for NSFW homoerotic calendar to fight Russia’s oppression of LGBT people
A homoerotic calendar is arousing the intrigue of people across the globe thanks to the stunning photography of muscular, almost naked models wearing symbols of the Orthodox religion – including one who looks an awful lot like a certain Russian ruler.
The use of rap lyrics as evidence in criminal trials is tantamount to ‘discrimination’, a University of Manchester cultural historian has said.
David Cameron has condemned Jeremy Corbyn of ‘hating’ Britain and as ‘terrorist-sympathising’ in his speech at the Conservative party conference in Manchester.
Elite firms are more likely to hire ‘posh’ graduates than bright members of the working class, a report from The University of London has claimed.