A petition set up by Manchester based charity Dogs4Rescue backed by 32,000 signatures on its first day helped force Eurotunnel
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now self-isolating at home in Downing Street. Here MM take a look at how the virus is affecting other world leaders and their domestic politics…
A French crime drama centring around the murder of an elderly woman in a poor commune in France sounds like it has all the right threads to make a compelling story.
England’s hopes of reaching their first Women’s World Cup final ended in heartbreak as captain Steph Houghton missed an 84th minute penalty in their semi-final defeat to the United States in Lyon.
First-half goals from Nikita Parris and Ellen White gave England a winning start to their World Cup campaign against Scotland in their opening Group D match.
From Leatherhead ‘bastards’ to cats and strippers in France: MM interview acerbic Gallic comic Marcel Lucont
“These dead eyed idiots will never be pleased by what I have to offer,” grumbled the French comedian Marcel Lucont about certain ungrateful audience members he had encountered – the funnyman plays Manchester September 17-19 and expect brutal gags.
This year, with England’s amazing and unexpected performance to remain in the tournament far longer than anyone could realistically have hoped, interest in the World Cup has been at an all-time high.
‘Life or death’ situation for Rochdale skier Daniels ends in Delancey British Children’s Championships podium
Rochdale ski star Daisi Daniels is fast becoming a regular on the podium at the Delancey British Children’s Championships in Tignes, with a Super G silver medal added to her bulging collection on Wednesday.
‘Savvy’ Manchester football fans can avoid violence abroad despite Euro 2016 hooligan madness – expert
An expert on football policing and hooliganism is confident Mancunian football fans will keep out of trouble in Europe next season, and blamed the French police for violence which marred the start of England’s Euro 2016 campaign.
Saddleworth skier Erika Heginbotham claims she has vastly exceeded her own expectations at the Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships after clinching a remarkable double bronze on Tuesday.
A National Commemorative Service will take place at the Manchester Cathedral on July 1 2016 to mark the centenary of the Battle of The Somme.