In recent times, Manchester City have come under intense scrutiny from UEFA over their failure to comply with Financial Fair
Dozens of bands pulled out of the Hit the North festival following allegations against the promoters of the event, SSD
Ms Abrahams, who is a member of the work and pensions select committee, said Mr Duncan Smith was a ‘disgrace’ following revelations that the Department for Work and Pensions created a leaflet about sanctions containing made-up quotes attributed to non-existent benefit claimants.
The closure of Kids Company following the withdrawal of a £3million government bailout has shone a spotlight on young people’s charities like never before.
Jagger, an award-winning Irish Setter, died at his Belgium home just hours after he had come second in his class at the world-renowned dog competition.
The Director of Children’s Services at Manchester City Council has quit – months after a damning report from Ofsted labelled the child protection unit ‘inadequate’.
An award-winning playwright is crowdfunding to bring a production loosely based on the Rochdale child grooming scandal to Manchester.
Phone hacking: Mirror Group pay out on six cases including Christopher Eccleston and Sven-Goran Eriksson
Former Manchester City and England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson one of six victims of Mirror Group Newspapers phone hacking to receive settlement pay-out
Banning of ‘revenge porn’ in proposed privacy bill will protect people online, claims Manchester Lib Dem MP
Withington MP John Leech has backed a proposed ‘digital bill of rights’ that would protect people’s privacy online and give them more control over their data.
Simon Danczuk MP is calling for the resignation of South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright in the wake of Rotherham’s child sexual exploitation scandal.
Violin teacher bailed over historic rape claim at Manchester’s Chetham music school – 20 other reports investigated
Cheshire man, 57, bailed until June