In October, the sentencing of nine pro-independence leaders to between 9 and 13 years by the Spanish Supreme Court for their role in the referendum reignited the clashes between independence protestors and the authorities.
The e-edition is packed with all the results and reaction from Greater Manchester… and beyond.
Bury North has swung blue, with James Daly overcoming the 4,500 majority picked up by Labour’s James Frith in 2017.
Cheadle provided the most interesting and closely run seat of the night at the Stockport Town Hall count, as Conservative Mary Robinson was re-elected to the seat with a relatively slim majority, making it even closer than the 2017 battle for this seat.
Labour held on to Oldham West & Royton despite a disastrous night nationwide for the party.
Extensive UK General Election 2019 coverage on Mancunian Matters of all the results through the night after a day of voting.
Whether you’re over the moon or deflated about the exit poll predictions a few hours ago, social media was awash with colour yesterday as people (and their pets) took to polling stations. Here are some of the highlights…
In an election campaign that has seen one Conservative member climb onto bins and jump over a fence to escape humiliation at a climate change hustings in East Sussex, MM took a look back at some other unforgettable moments from politicians as the nation heads to the polls today…
Our guide is packed with news, interviews with candidates and features looking at the issues that matter most… including Brexit
‘I love the job, from potholes to reuniting families’: MM speak with Bury North Labour hopeful James Frith
James Frith is hoping to be re-elected as Labour MP for Bury North this general election yet the constituency remains a marginal seat, with Labour and Conservative both ranking at 43% in voting intention estimates.
Fast forward to December and the party, now known as ‘The Independent Group for Change”, is only fielding three candidates for the forthcoming general election