Banks should have been ‘left to go bust’ instead of allocating tax payers’ money to bail them out, according to a leading economist during a Manchester debate.
The number of people who are self-employed in Greater Manchester is up 28% since the financial crisis, with those taking on the burden labelled ‘unsung heroes’ of the economic recovery.
Families are being let down: Universal Credit will cause surge in domestic abuse, warns Manchester activist
The government’s Universal Credit scheme could cause a rise in domestic and financial abuse, claim grassroots groups following Deven Ghelani’s talk at Manchester Policy Week
A pair of Manchester based business leaders have been recognised for their contribution to the LGBT community in the OUTstanding list, published in the Financial Times.
The Co-operative group reported trading losses of £1.44billion were reported for the year to December, when the group lost control of Co-op Bank to US hedge funds
Purchase of Stansted by Manchester Airport Group good news for region and didn’t cost taxpayer, says council leader
Stronger MAG will ‘benefit whole region’, claims Sir Richard Leese
Real Madrid and Barca mimicking Reds’ sponsor strategy drives forward global juggernauts Manchester United
Reds inspired by fake pretenders’ efforts.
Research finds complex choices lead to failure.
Budget retailers boast £3.5billion sales.
More than 70% urge youngsters to save for pension.
High-spending Manchester City should be thrown: Borussia Dortmund chief stokes fire ahead of Europe clash
City fans also register official complaint to UEFA.