More than six million people have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded on February 24. Many travelled to neighbouring countries in
Cocaine and low-level public disorder are becoming increasingly prevalent in English football as the country returns to post-Covid normality, according
Charities are calling for people to support the international day which seeks to highlight the violence women all across the
Greater Manchester has secured £549,744 from the Home Office to launch a series of schemes aimed at helping women and
‘Silence is not consent’: Manchester city centre plastered with street art protesting an end to male violence
Manchester city centre was covered in feminist slogans last night by protestors calling for an end to male violence. The
Two graduates from The University of Manchester have been celebrating this week as the Government announced it will ask the
A peaceful demonstration to protest state violence and the new police and crime bill took place in Manchester city centre
‘Catastrophic after-effects of knives’ reinforced by GMP as 600+ weapons seized in week-long amnesty
After recent figures showed knife crime has doubled across Greater Manchester over the last three years, GMP moved fast to remove more than 600 weapons from the streets last month.
The fresh campaign by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) allows anyone to anonymously drop off illegal or unwanted knives and weapons at dedicated banks in 11 police stations.
‘Not fit for purpose’: Ofsted report slams Gorton school after inspectors see students fighting during latest visit
A Gorton school has been slammed by Ofsted after inspectors witness pupils fighting on latest visit.
‘We ran away from murder, torture and rape’: Oromo Ethiopians ask Manchester to ‘stand with them’ in protest
Around a hundred protesters turned out to call on the UK Government to act on and stop supporting the killing of Oromo people in Ethiopia, in Albert Square yesterday.