It will not have been lost on many observers that the seemingly endless line of nationwide Labour Hustings have been consistent with a party that looks set to back a radical redistribution of power and opportunity away from the clutches of Whitehall.
After 47 years and 30 days, the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union will end at 11pm tonight.
Shadow cabinet ministers said pro-Leave Northern voters were “bigoted and racist”, Labour Party Chairman Ian Lavery claimed in Wigan on Saturday.
Interview: ‘We want more power to the people’ says Salford and Eccles Brexit Party candidate Matt Mickler
On a day that looks like being one for the Brexiteers in the UK, MM caught up with Salford and Eccles Brexit Party candidate Matt Mickler.
Denton and Reddish has traditionally been staunchly Labour, with Andrew Gwynne steering the ship since 2005. He has also served in the Shadow Cabinet under various guises: most recently, as Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. MM’s Anna Staufenberg caught up with him just ahead of the most important General Election in years…
‘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.
Conservative Mary Robinson held the seat in the 2017 election but with only a slim 8.3% majority that the Liberal Democrat candidate will be looking to overturn come December.
Mr Leech, who now represents Didsbury West as a councillor on Manchester City Council, is raising a Liberal Democrat big tent in the hopes of uniting all pro-European Mancunians to mobilise for a general election challenge to Brexit.
There has been much discussion on why the Remain side – who were almost universally tipped to win – ended up losing the vote.
With Scotland threatening to go independent to re-join the EU, and an ‘Independence for London’ campaign taking place in the capital itself,here at MM we thought that we would put Manchester to the Independence test.
In the aftermath of the Brexit body blow, many of us have been left reeling at the prospect of costly foreign travel.