Thousands of Mancunians came together to join in with the nationwide #KillTheBill protests and to mourn the tragic death of
Almost a thousand people in Greater Manchester have been sitting on police bail for more than six months, MM has learned.
Barack Obama’s robust support of Britain’s continued EU membership is a major coup Brexit campaigners cannot dismiss, according to a Manchester expert.
‘This is why I got into law’: Salford University students to offer free legal advice to disadvantaged communities
An initiative to get law students at Salford University giving legal aid to disadvantaged communities should serve as a reminder that law is about ‘serving the community’ and not just earning money.
Twilight bark! Call for all pet owners to get their pooches microchipped for FREE at Dogs Trust Manchester event
You’ll be able to get your canine companion microchipped for free at Dogs Trust Manchester this weekend in the lead up to it becoming a legal requirement on April 6.
Expect ‘daily intrusion’ of your privacy under Theresa May’s new surveillance law – Manchester rights group
People should be fearful of ‘daily intrusions’ by police to their internet records and even personal messages without a warrant, warns a Manchester digital rights organisation.
New mandatory criminal court charges are driving innocent offenders to plead guilty and magistrates to resign in protest, says a Manchester magistrate.
Assisted dying bill will put disabled ‘at risk’ of being branded a ‘burden’, warns Bishop of Manchester
The Bishop of Manchester has spoken out against the legalisation of assisted dying, saying that British society should not become one that sees vulnerable people as ‘a burden’.
City’s most vulnerable ‘at risk’ after Manchester council chiefs win injunction against homeless camp
Manchester City Council obtained an injunction yesterday not only against the homeless protesters in the camps in St Ann’s Square and Castlefield but against anyone setting up any temporary form of accommodation in Manchester City Centre.
Withington’s unemployed workers ‘suffering at the hands of the government’ can look forward to a ‘radical’ new community service to turn to for help and support as a new centre launches today.
In the wake of yet another mass shooting of innocent people in the USA the issue of increased gun control has once again become a hot topic.