Politics has turned nasty. Not on the streets, it has been that way for a while, but towards the media. Where it used to be brutal behind the scenes, now it is all out in the open.
INTERVIEW: Campaign group say they can ‘100%’ stop Brexit ahead of Pro-EU rally during Tory Party Conference
Pro-EU activists will be marching in the streets of Manchester this Sunday with the aim of ‘100%’ reversing Brexit.
A Manchester magistrate’s campaign against mandatory court charges for offenders has succeeded after the Justice Secretary announced that they will be scrapped.
Baking a monster: Giant ‘Frankenpudding’ edible art piece to be brought to life at Cornerhouse film premiere
The Cornerhouse and one of the Northern Quarter’s epicentres of comfort food are teaming up to create an interactive art piece that may require a few napkins – as it is made entirely from cake.
Michael Gove’s changes to GCSE English syllabus ‘sheer laziness’, says award-winning Manchester author
American classics such as To Kill a Mockingbird and Of Mice and Men were dropped from the GCSE syllabus under new guidelines from Mr Gove.
The Big Issue’s parent company The Big Life Group is to set up a free school in the Cheetham Hill area.
MM found that 89% of Mancunians support Tony Robinson
Atten-TION! Controversial Oldham military school will instil ‘courage, discipline and respect’ into children
Free school to open in September 2014
Relief for parents as three Manchester school refurbishments will go ahead despite nationwide capital cuts
Department for Education is yet to obtain investment
‘Not run by luvvies’: Booming games industry deserves greater credibility, says publisher’s Mancunian CEO
President of Tomb Raider studio, Eidos, demands respect
‘Plans were deeply flawed’: Tameside MP unleashes furious tirade for coalition’s fiasco over GCSE scrap
Union sceptical of further education reforms