The MM E-zine is back and it’s absolutely packed with great content as ever! This month’s issue has an exclusive
Marcia Hutchinson MBE isn’t your average local councillor. Elected as Ancoats & Beswick’s councillor in early May, she’s a born
Election season in Manchester brought with it little surprise, after a year’s delay due to the pandemic, with incumbent Andy
The MM e-zine for May 2021 is out now… and it’s a cracker! Packed with features from across the region
GM Mayoral Election: Universal Basic Income and police reform among plans to tackle gender inequality
Greater Manchester’s mayoral candidates convened at the latest round of hustings on Thursday to discuss their plans to promote gender
Mancunians are following city politics more closely than ever before, thanks to Mayor Andy Burnham’s dispute with Central Government before
The Manchester Mayoral Election is just over three months away, and the candidates looking to take the reins from Andy
Last December, Boris Johnson swept the Conservatives to a majority in Parliament. A year on, how did our Manchester MPs
A Northern Jewish Labour Councillor speaks about anti-Semitism in his party. A towering figure with a large beard, Oskar Avery
Children in Scotland return to school today after 6 months out of the classroom. Many pupils have received support from schools to continue learning, but Scottish Tory Jamie Greene believes many provisions have been inadequate.
Contrary to his instincts, the political consensus in the USA, and most other developed western countries is that taxes on the rich should be raised, and methods of tax avoidance eliminated.