It’s sometime in October and I’m standing in front of Manchester Central Library, watching a white middle-aged man flick racial slurs over a barrier at a young man in a suit.
Molotov cocktails streak across the night sky. Tear gas hovers just above the ground. Hong Kong appears on the brink of collapse.
Roughly 200 people from as far as York and Sheffield met in All Saints Park, close to Manchester Metropolitan University, for the event, which was coordinated with others across the country.
Chris Latham has enjoyed a promising start to the 2017 and having enjoyed success on the road and the track he is confident there is more to come.
Andy Tennant may be best known for his exploits on the track, where he is a world and multiple European champion in the team pursuit, but he also admits to loving leaving the track behind and getting out on the road during the summer months.
‘It’s a platform for dialogue’: Manchester cultural centre improves UK and China’s business links with art work
A Manchester cultural centre is working to create better links between the UK and China as part of the Northern Powerhouse initiative.
Welsh cyclist Elinor Barker is back in Manchester after falling ill at the Track World Cup first leg in Colombia, an event she has mixed feelings about after her teammates bravely claimed bronze.
MM caught up with Rapha’s 49-year-old CEO Simon Mottram a fortnight ago in London to find out just what makes him tick, and tick, and tick, and seemingly never get tired…
Manchester became Rapha’s seventh worldwide club last September and the club’s dynamism has impressed CEO Simon Mottram more than any of the other six over 10 years since the company was born.
The inaugural flight of the first ever non-stop service from Manchester Airport to Hong Kong jetted off on Monday.
Demonstrators join Hong Kong pro-democracy fight against ‘inequities and injustice’ at Piccadilly protest
Protesters flooded Piccadilly Gardens yesterday as support for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement spread across the globe.