An award-winning play remembering the 1981 Moss Side riots returns to Manchester at the end of this month.
A number of days have passed since the hope of a progressive country that protects its most vulnerable and funds the basic social systems required in order for its citizens to survive was consigned to history.
Last Friday’s final consultation on whether Greater Manchester’s buses should be returned to public authority control was extremely convincing.
Power to the people? Consultations on future of Greater Manchester’s buses to have final say this Friday
The final in a series of discussions on whether to bring Greater Manchester’s buses back under public control will take place this Friday.
Analysis: Why history proves HS2 is the key in turning the Northern Powerhouse from dream to reality
Eagle-eyed history buffs from the North West may already be aware of an important anniversary that occurred on September 15: when in 1830 two of Britain’s true Northern powerhouses were forever linked when the first journey on the Liverpool to Manchester railway line took place.
The Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy – Labour’s Rebecca Long-Bailey – has reconfirmed her party’s commitment to repeal the Trade Union Act of 2016 and to set up a new Ministry of Labour.
It’s so rare for me to think a one-man show isn’t long enough because, let’s be honest, most of them could be condensed into 15 minutes.
“It’s not a documentary about Elvis and it’s not a biopic,” dismisses Eugene Jarecki – the director and co-writer of The King, a film that chronicles the rise and fall of Elvis Presley.
MM looks at the best fringe events taking place this year’s conference, to give activists a peak beyond the security fence and help delegates to decide where to go.
Plans to build a £15million Margaret Thatcher museum would be ‘utterly insensitive’ given the ‘harsh’ austerity measures being imposed on the ‘bottom end of society’, argues a Manchester campaigner.
Tony Benn documentary wows Manchester as makers reveal how late ex-Labour MP spent dying days on film
A packed Manchester Town Hall played host to Monday’s premiere of an intimate and personal documentary on the life of the late politician Tony Benn.