The Brexit negotiations have been in the news a lot lately.
Manchester City Council are doing all they can to help the homeless on a shoestring budget liminted by the ‘horrendous’ Tories, according to the co-founder of the Manchester soup kitchen Coffee4Craig.
Coronation Street star Julie Hesmondhalgh described the Tory government as a ‘fucking proper enemy’ at a theatre night to raise awareness of cuts and the importance of trade unions yesterday.
Energy Secretary’s speech shows Tory government’s ‘inconsistency’ on climate change, says Man Uni expert
A Manchester climate change expert has branded Energy Secretary Amber Rudd’s speech an example of the ‘inconsistencies’ between government promises and actions that ‘undermine’ the credibility of leadership.
Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech reaffirmed the government’s commitment to creating a ‘Northern Powerhouse’ with Manchester at its centre.
Labour leadership hopeful Andy Burnham has come out all guns blazing in his Mirror column, claiming that the Conservative Party have ‘got away with murder’ during their time in power.
As the tension and the media coverage builds in the final leg of the race to become Britain’s next Prime Minister, MM have got in touch with a local politics expert to get his views of how the atmosphere surrounding the General Election has changed in Manchester over the last 32 years.
Chancellor George Osborne unveiled the coalition’s final budget earlier this week which included raised income tax allowances however, not everyone was pleased with Mr Osborne’s ‘roof fixing’.
Former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell slams David Cameron, labelling the Tories’ promises of recovery ‘complete bollocks’ and the Prime Minister ‘the least strategic in history’.
Ed Miliband vowed to go door-to-door holding ‘four million conversations’ with the working people of Britain to win Labour’s ‘once-in-a-generation fight’ against the Conservative Party.
The Green Party is planning to overhaul the Liberal Democrats and UKIP next year, according to their Manchester Central candidate.