Manchester’s residents have unanimously announced their mistrust of David Cameron, in the wake of this week’s tax scandals.
‘We are now an undeveloping nation’: NHS is ‘melting like an icecap’ warns retired Man Uni professor of medicine
A prominent philosopher and retired clinical neuroscientist has spoken in defence of a publicly-owned NHS, stating that we are becoming an ‘undeveloping country’ under our current Conservative Government.
‘Some things are worth the money’: Student bursary cuts ‘disgusting attack’ on NHS, say Manchester protesters
Manchester activists branded the government’s decision to scrap the NHS bursaries ‘the most disgusting attack’ on students ever at yesterday’s protest.
Manchester campaigners took to the streets to march against cuts to NHS Bursaries, which could leave healthcare students with as much as £60,000 of debt.
‘We ran away from murder, torture and rape’: Oromo Ethiopians ask Manchester to ‘stand with them’ in protest
Around a hundred protesters turned out to call on the UK Government to act on and stop supporting the killing of Oromo people in Ethiopia, in Albert Square yesterday.
‘Sacrificed to feed the beast’: North Manchester hospital ‘faces extinction’ under Tories’ ‘staggering’ NHS cuts
North Manchester General Hospital may face ‘extinction’ as the shocking scale of budget cuts proposed by the government’s Healthier Together programme becomes clear.
Demonstrators were ‘calling for equal rights’, during a protest criticizing the BBC’s coverage of the Palestinian crisis on Sunday 29 in Salford’s MediaCity.
Homeless Film Festival director says controversial Manchester Met visit is about raising awareness not politics
Festival director Dean Brocklehurst says criticism as ‘unfair’ and denying students the chance to discuss homelessness is the wrong course of action.
‘Cameron flaunts Manchester as trophy city’: Protests as China’s President Xi Jinping arrives at Town Hall
Thousands of people gathered outside Manchester Town Hall to show their support for President Xi Jinping as he joined David Cameron, George Osborne, and other key figures from across Manchester for lunch today.
The warning comes as colleagues across Manchester last night faced a race against time to register for a crucial ballot on strike action.
As the Conservatives arrived in Manchester for their annual conference, protesters responded by warning that they would ‘lay siege’ to the event, so Tories knew they ‘were not welcome in the city’.