Cancel culture has caused political polarisation, but is the power of the internet pile-on a myth?
It’s sometime in October and I’m standing in front of Manchester Central Library, watching a white middle-aged man flick racial slurs over a barrier at a young man in a suit.
Roughly 40 protesters turned out to demonstrate the landslide re-election of the Conservative party in St. Peter’s Square last night. MM’s Doug Whitbread was there…
Roughly 200 people from as far as York and Sheffield met in All Saints Park, close to Manchester Metropolitan University, for the event, which was coordinated with others across the country.
Disability activists have slammed the design of a memorial to the Peterloo massacre – designed by artist Jeremy Deller and costing Manchester City Council £1m with a series of concentric circles that form steps leading up to a platform – for being inaccessible.
Thousands gather in city centre in support of ‘Soldier F’ and to protest controversial decision to prosecute him
Thousands of people took to the streets of Manchester in support of ‘Soldier F’ on Good Friday.
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The camaraderie and humour were already evident at 6.30am, as people gathered at Manchester’s Central Bus Station.
PICTURED: Anti-abortion protestors confronted by passerby in dramatic scenes outside Fallowfield clinic
An anti-abortion vigil took a dramatic turn when praying pensioners were confronted by a six-foot aggressor at the Marie Stopes clinic in Manchester.
While the EDL rally in Piccadilly Gardens on Saturday had only 30 attendees, the anti-fascist counter protest organised in response had an estimated 100.
The event’s Facebook page said that the demonstration was held in order to “highlight the struggle against Trump’s bigoted policies – from fighting racism, war and sexism.”
Manchester’s residents have unanimously announced their mistrust of David Cameron, in the wake of this week’s tax scandals.