A Manchester parliamentary candidate and councillor has said that ‘man of integrity’ Ed Miliband is up to the task of being Britain’s next Prime Minister.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s comments on the proposed EU-US trade partnership after the G20 summit are under attack from a Manchester University politics lecturer
Manchester speak out against Prime Minister David Cameron’s approval of plans to build the high-speed rail link, HS3, in the North West
Farage looks to take bite out of Labour and have Cameron for breakfast as Heywood and Middleton by-election nears
Nigel Farage may be looking to topple Labour in next week’s Heywood and Middleton by-election – but he was hoping to have David Cameron for breakfast over his Euro stance.
Time for ‘ethical migration’, says Mr Woolfe: Stockport’s UKIP candidate makes immigration conference focus
UKIP party conference: Steven Woolfe vowed to implement an ‘ethical migration policy’ should they win the 2015 General Election.
Westminster wage row: MP’s ‘ludicrous’ 9% pay rise plans slammed as Manchester politicians turn on watchdog
Plans to award MPs a 9% pay rise have been criticised across Greater Manchester with politicians branding them ‘ludicrous’.
Seven Bro7hers brewing: Manchester family toast first year’s journey… from blowing up brews to supping with PM
A family of Manchester brothers who pulled together just over a year ago to produce a range of craft beers have been looking back on a rollercoaster 12 months over a pint with MM.
Manchester accounted for 38% of all city centre regional office take-up, claims the Big Nine report from commercial agents GVA, in a clear sign that industries are beginning to prosper once again after years of difficult conditions