Hate crimes in Manchester tend to rise in line with general elections, Greater Manchester Police data suggests – information obtained by MM which shows that the number of hate crimes – defined by the CPS as hostile behaviour motivated by a victim’s ‘disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity’ – rose in the month of, and the months immediately following, a general election between 2010 and 2019.
After courting controversy over Brexit, former Prime Minister Theresa May has once again managed to divide public opinion and give way to a heated debate by adding Geoffrey Boycott to her resignation honours list.
England’s hopes of reaching their first Women’s World Cup final ended in heartbreak as captain Steph Houghton missed an 84th minute penalty in their semi-final defeat to the United States in Lyon.
May quits! Prime Minister announces she’s stepping down next month with emotional Downing Street speech
Theresa May says she’ll tender her resignation on June 7.
Love her or loathe her, Theresa May’s Brexit deal gamble appears to have been scuppered after the Prime Minister promised to resign last night once the negotiation process is over.
The March issue of the MM e-edition is packed with news, features, entertainment and sport from across Greater Manchester…
Three times a week, different groups of Mancunian men, women and children alike make the journey to Manchester Universities’ Catholic Chaplaincy – home to Manchester Central Food Bank, a Trussell Trust site founded by a group of university students in 2013.
Bigmouth Strikes Again: May is attempting to spin historical narrative with her defence of Brexit deal
The Prime Minister wants the awkward Abba dance moves and her perceived incompetence to fade from the electorate’s minds.
A former chair of the Conservative Party has backed calls for a People’s Vote if Theresa May’s Brexit deal does not succeed.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond announced £2bn investment in mental health services,an extra £500m for preparations for leaving the EU, and £1bn extra to the Ministry of Defence in his 2018 budget today.
A year since 22 people were tragically killed by a suicide bomber at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, we remember those lost on a day full of tributes.