More homeless people died in Greater Manchester than in any other combined authority in England and Wales in 2018, according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
74% rise in North West drug-related deaths in last decade prompts Tories into new addiction strategy
With just over a week to go until polling day, the Conservatives have pledged that they will launch a new strategy intended to tackle drug and gambling addiction.
Working from home is a rapidly growing trend in the North West as the number of people doing paperwork in their pyjamas has increased by more than 70,000 in the last 10 years – and 200,000 more would like to join them, according to the Trade Union Congress.
People in Manchester city centre are not even expected to reach the traditional retirement ages of 60 and 65 before moving into a phase where their health is neither very good nor good.
North England’s population in relation the rest of the country’s hits a 200 year low, statistics released by the Office for National Statistics reveal
Avoidable deaths from cardiovascular disease has dropped across Greater Manchester, but the figures are still shockingly high, reveals the Office of National Satistics
Manchester opts for single life as city claims highest number of singletons outside of London, reveals report
The number of singletons in the UK has risen by at least 3 million since 2001
Poor are TWICE as likely to smoke – and fifth of England’s most deprived areas are in Greater Manchester
You are TWICE as likely to smoke if you live in a deprived area – and a fifth of the country’s poorest areas are in Greater Manchester, a study has revealed
‘Optimistic’ Manchester bucks trend of ‘economically inactive’ North West with job figures, says report
A total of 1,117,000 people were economically inactive between October and December 2013 according to the Office for National Statistics