Andy Burnham has said that a week after the first peak in coronavirus cases was declared nationally, Greater Manchester is passing through its own peak.
Manchester’s Central Convention Complex (G-MEX) will be transformed into a ‘Nightingale’ field hospital to help treat coronavirus sufferers.
Mayor Andy Burnham and Deputy Mayor Bev Hughes spoke to the press today following a meeting of the Greater Manchester Covid-19 Emergency Committee, to keep the people of Greater Manchester up to date with city policy regarding the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
It has been revealed by the Manchester Evening News that a shelter under Andy Burnham’s ‘Bed Every Night’ is to be relocated due to complaints relating to needles being found near the area.
Virgin Trains have shown yet again why they have achieved gold Investors in People status by getting ready to equip the homeless and their furry friends over the winter months with old staff uniforms transformed by prisoners.
Manchester City Council has revealed that the number of rough sleepers recorded on the streets of the city centre has increased by over 300% in the last five years.
Everton fan helped by West Ham Utd chairman’s son in raising £30,000 for homeless Manchester man who rushed to the aid of terror victims
More than £30,000 has been raised for a homeless man who helped the victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack on Monday night.
Bursting the ‘Westminster bubble’: Power to the people, Greater Manchester mayor favourite Burnham tells MM
Andy Burnham hopes to transform Greater Manchester into a beacon of social justice if he wins the race to become the region’s first elected mayor.
Government figures show that the current number of 1,699 children without a permanent home at the moment is the highest the figure has been since 2008.
Cheers Thatcher! Tameside homeless charity ‘ironically’ salutes former PM at 20th anniversary reunion
A Tameside homeless charity has ‘ironically’ thanked Margaret Thatcher on its 20th anniversary – for causing the homelessness it works to eradicate.
A homelessness activist has criticised the Government over the homeless crisis in Manchester – and stated that David Cameron would “go under” if put in their circumstances.