Boris Johnson successfully steered his Health Protection Act through the House of Commons last night, but was met with a
University of Manchester students have slammed MPs’ vote against the Erasmus programme negotiation.
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.
‘We’re still people’: MM chat to Manchester’s homeless women struggling for dignity when their periods arrive
In Manchester, homelessness seems to be constantly on the rise and period poverty is an ongoing battle for women on the streets.
An award-winning Sale Sharks volunteer says the only Premiership rugby union club in the North West has a fantastic opportunity to set up a women’s top flight team.
‘We want a full apology’: LGBT Foundation slams Tories for refusing automatic pardons for past homosexual crimes
Manchester’s LGBT Foundation have attacked the government for blocking a move to automatically pardon all living men who were convicted of homosexual crimes in the past.
‘Counterproductive’: Mental health charity Mind calls for ‘fundamental’ government rethink on benefit cuts
The Government has ‘failed its duty of care’ to people with mental health problems, according to a senior figure in Manchester Mind charity.
Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk felt ‘justified’ in taking home more than £16,000 in extra-Parliamentary income last year from the publication of his exposé on historic child abuse in the town.
The British Government is ‘complicit in war crimes’ for selling £7million-worth of military equipment to Israel just months before attacks on Gaza, claims a Manchester pro-Palestine group.
Bolton’s Labour MP David Crausby has expressed concern over the Government’s half-hearted response to his grassroots football e-petition, which is trying to change the way children’s football is funded
A film review of Tony Benn: Will & Testament.