On December 31st 2020 the UK left the EU. Ten days later it was reported that amongst the Brexit negotiations,
Ferry operators have urged Brits to prepare for changes to travel rules in the wake of Brexit to ensure ‘smooth
Coronavirus’ damage to the economy could be equally critical, but why has this virus been allowed to go viral? And how will the world change after this dastardly disease has finished its deadly domination? If we trace it back to its (disputed) source in the Huanan seafood markets in the Chinese city of Wuhan, there’s definitely something fishy going on here…
University of Manchester students have slammed MPs’ vote against the Erasmus programme negotiation.
Five homes Bruno Fernandes could move into if he signs for Manchester United.
Labour’s Jonathan Reynolds survived a scare from the Conservative party to be re-elected in Stalybridge & Hyde.
The Prime Minister has set out his Brexit roadmap, explaining how a Conservative majority government will unleash the benefits of getting Brexit done.
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.
Tommy Robinson protesters mobilise after far-right figure announces intention to run as MEP for North West
Tommy Robinson was the subject of a protest in Manchester last night – just hours after announcing his intention to run as an MEP for the North West.
‘Our relationship with Britain is becoming uncertain’: Austrian consul shares Brexit concerns with MM
To focus more on how EU residents living in the UK or planning to move to the UK, MM has used the case study of Austria to investigate further.
The end of the WTO? EU tariffs on US goods to get back at Trump could have wider implications, says Salford academic
The EU has declared it will impose tariffs on US goods – two years since the UK set the wheels in motion to leave the EU in a referendum.