A local Green candidate has urged the Homeless Film Festival to do the ‘right thing’ and cut its ties with the university.
Saving lives and breaking world records will be seamlessly rolled into one this Friday as Manchester marks European Restart a Heart Day.
Council blame homeless for own homelessness so they don’t have to deal with crisis, says Manchester solicitor
Manchester City Council are blaming people for their homelessness so they do not have to address Manchester’s growing homeless crisis, according to a solicitor.
As the Conservatives arrived in Manchester for their annual conference, protesters responded by warning that they would ‘lay siege’ to the event, so Tories knew they ‘were not welcome in the city’.
Disability rights activists joined tens of thousands of protestors against the Conservative Party Conference, saying the government see disabled people as a ‘soft target’ for cuts.
Four people were arrested yesterday as tens of thousands of people marched through Manchester City Centre in protest against the Conservative Party Conference.
The festival, which is organised by founder Dr Jill Adam and award-winning music journalists John Robb and Simon A. Morrison, focuses upon the age-old relationship between music and the written word.
A city without issues? Closure of The Ark ‘arrogant’ attempt to hide Manchester homeless problem, says uni protester
Students from Manchester Metropolitan University yesterday came together to protest against the eviction of homeless people from The Ark shelter under Mancunian Way.
Manchester City Council’s handling of The Ark homeless shelter eviction has ‘disturbed’ a leading homeless charity, after reports suggest that the homeless’ possessions were thrown away.
Manchester City Council have refuted claims that they are in the wrong regarding the eviction of ‘The Ark’ homeless camp, stating that public disruption necessitated its removal.
A homeless shelter on Oxford Road is pleading for public support after it was ordered by Manchester City Council to disperse or prepare to be ‘torn apart’, claims a humanitarian leader.