On December 16, 1969 MPs voted for the abolition of the death penalty in Britain, as murderers could be punished by being hanged up until that year.
BC Camplight talks wanting to drink himself to death, spending a year in exile and his Manchester homecoming
BC Camplight on a year in exile and his return to Manchester
Stockport’s Aimee Pratt, 17, will study biology at Adams State University (ASU) in Colorado while furthering her blossoming athletics career in which she has already won both the English Championship and the English School Championship.
Today marks the 150th anniversary of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, famed for his pivotal role in the abolition of slavery, but little attention is given these days to his eternal token of gratitude to the working people of Manchester.
Manchester Central’s Green Party candidate has spoken of the threat posed to the sovereignty of the United Kingdom by Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnerships (TTIPs).
The MTV Europe Music Awards come to the UK this weekend as the superstars of music head to The SSE Hydro in Glasgow.
Come save a life: Brave Leeds boy, just six, calls on Manchester to help beat rare deadly cancer at fundraiser
A little boy suffering from a deadly rare cancer is turning to Manchester to help raise awareness of the disease.
United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward says he’s looking forward to working with manager Louis van Gaal though he may not have it as easy as he would like.
‘States trip will make us United’: Manchester United’s Darren Fletcher eager for US return a decade on
Fletcher’s initial taste of pre-season first-team action came in 2003’s trip to the United States, when United visited Seattle, Los Angeles and New Jersey.
Heart stopper: Manchester City’s Aussie club Melbourne Heart switch team name… as David Villa heads Down Under
A-League side Melbourne Heart have changed their name to Melbourne City FC after Sheikh Mansour added the side to his growing portfolio with a £6million takeover in late January.
Piccadilly Pulse: British police officers – should they be routinely armed following Manchester shootings?
Two GMP officers were shot dead this week.