In December 2020, the NHS issued advice stating that for pregnant women, having one person with them at scans and
Young people age 16–24 are four times more likely to have felt lonely in the past seven days than those
As we steadily approach the anniversary of the first UK nationwide lockdown, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the mental
A comic book project inspired by Manchester’s young people is helping readers around the world understand their shared experiences of
Passengers arriving into the UK could reduce the length of their mandatory isolation period by purchasing a test from private
The British Red Cross are calling on the governments within the UK to come up with a strategy to tackle
With the news of increased Covid-19 restrictions announced this week, it’s clear that going back to our typical social lives
As mass gatherings have been banned, traditional, shared experiences like concerts, theatre shows, and festivals have become a distant memory.
It can often take a crisis to bring out the best in people, and that has certainly happened in Oldham where a group of ‘Coronaheroes’ have organised to help neighbours affected by Covid-19.
‘Even more disconnected’: Age UK Manchester manager critical of BBC proposal to means test TV licence
A manager of a leading charity for the elderly fears that thousands of pensioners over the age of 75 will risk prosecution by watching television without a TV license fee after a proposal from the BBC to introduce means tests to qualify for the free provision.
At MM we decided we would spend International Older Person’s Day choosing our top five elderly Mancunians – after much debate, here’s our list!