Manchester has won the battle of break-up etiquette after research found 70% of Mancunians are more likely to end a relationship face-to-face.
Animal instincts: Almost 80% of North West people would rescue PETS over men or teens, finds cancer charity
Nearly four out of five people from the North West are more likely to help their pet when in danger than men or teenagers, a hard-hitting survey has shown.
Popular Manchester MP John Leech could ‘lose seat’ as Lib Dems face another election mauling, poll shows
Just 9% of voters plan to vote for the Lib Dems in next year’s General Election – lagging well behind Labour who were up to 43% locally – but Withington MP John Leech fared better than most of his party colleagues, polling 50% higher.
The first computer, Lowry or Karl Pilkington? Manchester called on to list contributions to England’s Hall of Fame
VisitEngland, the country’s national tourist board, has launched the campaign to create England’s ultimate Hall of Fame.
Two million obese people could qualify for FREE NHS surgery
MM found that 89% of Mancunians support Tony Robinson
Piccadilly Pulse: As Now That’s What I Call Music! turns 30 we ask… when was the last time you bought a CD?
MM took to the streets to find out how many people still buy CDs
Greater Manchester Police quizzed 2000 in ‘morality survey’
MM took to the streets to get YOUR views
Germany’s Angela Merkel is looking to forgive the US for allegedly tapping her calls
Piccadilly Pulse: Who bears prime responsibility for our ‘lonely’ elderly – the state or the family?
More than 800,000 people in England – most of them elderly – are chronically lonely