The Manchester Mayoral Election is just three months’ away, and the issues on Mancunians’ minds are more pertinent than ever.
The BBC and Greater Manchester Combined Authority have launched campaigns to help those who are digitally excluded to enable them
In the last three years 54% of state school teachers in the north west have worked at school with children
The north of England has been hit harder by the Covid-19 pandemic than any other part of the country. A
‘Manchester a ghost town’: Economists in the North say Rishi Sunak’s budgets nowhere near enough to tackle coronavirus
Do the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s budget proposals do enough to help vulnerable people in the north during the coronavirus crisis? According to local economists, absolutely not — and there’s an urgent need for more radical action.
Class is a hard-hitting performance of raw storytelling that interrogates the disparity between Britain’s haves and have nots through the experiences of Scottee, the show’s writer and sole performer.
Cannes regular Ken Loach’s latest offering ‘Sorry We Missed You’ is another traumatising but important no-thrills inquiry into poverty in the UK, this time focusing his lens on zero-hour contracts.
On Tuesday afternoon, the 16th November, a convoy of military vehicles were spotted heading towards the capital city, Harare.
Greater Manchester’s first ever mayoral election is fast approaching and Stephen Morris, candidate for English Democrats, is campaigning hard for victory.
Socks and newspapers as tampons… ‘Period pack’ initiatives to aid Manchester’s poor and homeless women
The founders of Greater Manchester’s ‘period pack’ initiatives will join forces to help the women on the streets and in poverty in the city who cannot afford sanitary products.
A homelessness activist has criticised the Government over the homeless crisis in Manchester – and stated that David Cameron would “go under” if put in their circumstances.