If both Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua are successful in their next bouts, then the mega fight the world wants to see should be upon us. Here’s a look at four potential venues…
Watch: International education test sees UK improve but divides opinions in country with lowest score
Amid cancelled exams due to the coronavirus, UK ministers may take comfort from the country’s modest gains in the international PISA tests at the end of last year.
Experts have released a whispering ‘bonkbuster’ they claim could help sleep-deprived women orgasm and get a good night’s kip – as a sex education bod claims it will help females get off… to sleep.
MM rounds up the 10 most unusual jobs – here and across the pond – that the Sussexes could do to fit into their new independent lifestyle.
The UK gambling is a goliath of the leisure industry, and while it has experienced a slight decrease across total and remote yields in most recent reports, it is still very much thriving and continuing to contribute to the country.
Cannes regular Ken Loach’s latest offering ‘Sorry We Missed You’ is another traumatising but important no-thrills inquiry into poverty in the UK, this time focusing his lens on zero-hour contracts.
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.
From Sudan to Manchester via the Nile… MM discuss life in the North (and queuing for buses) with Bolton refugee
It’s been two decades since Sudanese political activist Yagoub Matar, 49, first became a refugee when escaping the clutches of the one-party, oppressive state of Sudan.
With Star Wars: The Last Jedi hitting the cinemas tomorrow, it was only right to delight the fans of Manchester with a lightsaber show.
The UK triumphed over Africa in a first-of-a-kind professional team boxing event at Salford’s Victoria Warehouse on Friday.
‘Immigrants are people’: American woman tells of difficult journey in new book about moving to Manchester
A Levenshulme volunteer has put a face to the divisive and difficult immigration process many face coming to the UK – by writing a new book.