Election season in Manchester brought with it little surprise, after a year’s delay due to the pandemic, with incumbent Andy
Local Elections: The Results are in. As the final counts are revealed, we break down the results of the elections
People power, Suffragettes and the TUC celebrated as Manchester Histories Festival returns for a fifth year
This year’s festival weaves the vibrant story of what makes Manchester the city it is with some of the key moments in everyone’s history that Manchester has played a central role in.
MM reporters are at counts across Greater Manchester bringing you results as they are announced, reaction and analysis.
After getting the green light from Parliament and Salford City Council, the Salford Unemployment and Community Resource Centre’s address and postcode can now be used by homeless people to register to vote in the General Election in June.
The Boundary Commission, which is carrying out the review in a bid to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600, says the number of constituencies in the North West must reduce from 75 to 68 and that, by law, each must contain between 71,031 and 78,507 electors.
There has been much discussion on why the Remain side – who were almost universally tipped to win – ended up losing the vote.
The country voted 51.8% to 48.2% to leave the European political block after many analysts had predicted a comfortable Remain victory.
Altrincham and Sale West’s Green candidate Nick Robertson-Brown has pushed for the idea of getting rid of the first past the post voting system.
MM took to the streets of Manchester to find out whether Mancunians were going to vote in the May elections.
Manchester People’s History Museum host an Election! exhibition, which will grow and evolve around the 2015 campaign, and include collections featuring iconic objects from every general election from 1900-2010.