After courting controversy over Brexit, former Prime Minister Theresa May has once again managed to divide public opinion and give way to a heated debate by adding Geoffrey Boycott to her resignation honours list.
With Scotland threatening to go independent to re-join the EU, and an ‘Independence for London’ campaign taking place in the capital itself,here at MM we thought that we would put Manchester to the Independence test.
In the wake of yet another mass shooting of innocent people in the USA the issue of increased gun control has once again become a hot topic.
Evans is now the top paid BBC employee, in contrast to a culture of minimum wage, zero-hour contracts for the man on the street.
The government has made the controversial move to tighten up GCSEs from September in order to help students prepare for later life.
Elite firms are more likely to hire ‘posh’ graduates than bright members of the working class, a report from The University of London has claimed.
Favourite to be the next Labour leader and champion of the working class Andy Burnham has been labelled part of the ‘metropiltan elite’ in the national media.
Wagner’s wang: Manchester debate Danish candidate who whipped his p…olitics out for election campaign posters
A Danish politician this week bared all in a selection of nude posters ahead of the country’s elections later this month.
As the BBC reveal that medical staff are having to learn how to stand up to their bosses with a simulator set up at the University of Oxford, MM took to the streets to find out if Manchester have a problem voicing their views to people in positions of authority.
Katie Hopkins has been at it again, this time referring to migrants crossing the Mediterranean as ‘cockroaches’ in her column in The Sun on Friday.
MM took to the streets of Manchester to find out whether Mancunians were going to vote in the May elections.