Thousands of Mancunians came together to join in with the nationwide #KillTheBill protests and to mourn the tragic death of
Manchester teens are doing their bit to stub out smoking amongst their peers after Action on Smoking on Health (ASH) figures revealed 18,000 young people take up cigarettes each year in the region.
Manchester Central’s Green Party candidate has spoken of the threat posed to the sovereignty of the United Kingdom by Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnerships (TTIPs).
Manchester speak out against hard-line drug laws, which fail to deter use illegal substances, following new Home Office report
Data bill is ‘new Big Brother’: Manchester activist slams ‘Orwellian’ government for trying to force through law
The new legislation is being rushed through Parliament this week after Prime Minister David Cameron attracted cross-party support for a law allowing internet service providers (ISPs) and telecoms companies to keep records of calls, texts and internet usage
‘Pay gap between men and women is illegal’, says Manchester MP as sexism petition hits 3,000 signatures
A women’s magazine survey has revealed that the gender pay gap between men and women in their twenties has doubled in the past three years.
More than 10,000 children across region took up habit in 2012
Battle for right to die to be enshrined in law is ‘doomed to fail’, claims Manchester university ethics expert
Paul Lamb is paralysed and wants a doctor to end his life
How safe are our children? NSPCC demands action as ‘disturbing’ levels of child abuse revealed in Manchester
Stop it before it starts, is the charity’s message
‘High-risk strategy’: Greater Manchester MP says vote on press regulation is big gamble for Prime Minister
Vote takes place next week after all-party talks break down