By John Wight
Wednesday 7th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Lamiat Sabin and Peter Lazenbyin Manchester
OVER 100,000 people representing the “real northern powerhouse” descended onto Manchester yesterday to drive the Tories “out of town.”
Coachloads of people were bussed...
Monday 5th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
As many as live in Manchester set to lose £3,000 per year as the Tories meet in the city
Saturday 3rd Oct 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
RAIL workers will come out in force at Manchester’s demonstration tomorrow to protest about government plans to slash jobs, cut services and worsen safety standards on northern English trains.
They will follow Sunday’s protest with a series of demonstrations targeting...
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
FOOTSLOGGERS who have tramped 200 miles to Manchester from Wales will cover their last leg tomorrow morning to join the People’s Assembly protest at the Tory conference.
They left Tredegar, south Wales, on September 22 under the slogan: “Walking the...
Today’s Tory Britain is sickeningly unjust – but my past does not have to become your future, says HARRY LESLIE SMITH
AN IRANIAN man “fed up” with living in Manchester walked into a police station to demand he be deported, it was reported yesterday.
Arash Aria was arrested after telling officers he had been staying in Britain illegally for 10 years. But he was later released when...
Friday 25th Sep 2015
ANTI-AUSTERITY campaigners in north-west England are to stage a four-day march to the October 4 protest at the Tory Party conference in Manchester.
Thirty-five activists will start the People’s March Against Austerity at Hoylake on Merseyside at noon on October 1.
Thursday 24th Sep 2015
A PRISONER kept up a rooftop protest for the third day yesterday to highlight the conditions that he and other inmates are living in.
Stuart Horner, jailed for life three years ago for the murder of his uncle, climbed onto the roof at HMP Manchester, formerly known as Strangeways, on...
Wednesday 16th Sep 2015
SEVENTEEN people were injured yesterday when a bus smashed into a Manchester bridge, ripping its roof completely off.
A double-decker bus carrying 25 people hit the bridge near Rochdale railway station.
Most passengers suffered minor injuries, but a man in his 20s was described...
Thursday 10th Sep 2015