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Graham Stringer

Graham Stringer MP suggests 'This has been the silliest of silly seasons’

Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Jo Swinson and Caroline Lucas all lose the plot, says the...

2019 08 01 Manchester We Stand Together

We Love Manchester Emergency Fund has closed

Founded after the 2017 bombing, it has raised nearly £22m for victims’ families

2019 07 23 Manchester Town Hall

Residents are speaking out, but is Manchester City Council really listening?

Andrea Sandor calls on the Council to make 'Our Manchester' a reality

2019 07 17 Great Ancoats Itv

Just a load of hot air? After Climate Declaration, Manchester City Council faces its first test

Andrea Sandor investigates the scandal of removing cycle lanes on Great Ancoats Street

11 07 19 Manchester Climate Youth Strike

Does Manchester need to declare a climate emergency?

Manchester City Council seems to think so...

09 07 19 Daycare4Dogs3

Will Manchester's only Dog Hotel be forced to close?

Lucy Tomlinson discovers a doggy paradise in peril

Mancunian Way Traffic

Is Manchester doing enough to fight its air pollution crisis?

Andrea Sandor investigates a dearth of clean air...

04 24 2019 Sip Article New Wakefield St

The Manchester car park disgrace with expensive ramifications for the city

Jonathan Schofield discovers car parks without planning permission avoiding business rates

Piccadilly Gardens Pavilion

Piccadilly Gardens wall will now be 'softened' as £10m plans are binned

It's another disappointment for Manchester's most-maligned public space. We say get rid of the lot.

Green Quarter Cladding

Victory for Green Quarter residents as they avoid outrageous £3m cladding bill

A fund has been established to replace lethal Grenfell-style cladding on Vallea Court and Cypress...

Circle Square Manchester Cranes

The Manchester Crane Survey: record-breaking residential, but what does it mean for the city?

Jonathan Schofield on the building boom and how things have changed

Oxford Road Manchester

Council say disputed Oxford Road traffic fines are tickety-boo (but refuse an interview anyway)

It’s all your own fault, says Manchester City Council

Cladding

Lendlease cladding row: council say residents will not be made to pay

Council leader, deputy leader and Mayor's office address Town Hall construction contract uproar

Manchester Skyline Aerial Photo

Greater Manchester thinks big: but more power and money needed

Jonathan Schofield attends the new GMSF launch in a building with an unfortunate yet apt...

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Lendlease awarded £160m Town Hall contract despite bitter cladding row

It's another kick in the teeth for Green Quarter residents as Australian property giant wins...

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Has Manchester City Council been making millions in illegal traffic fines?

Jonathan Schofield has a (very detailed) word with Paul Hope about fines, historical routes and...

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"We didn't get what we wanted from Devolution" - an exclusive interview with Sir Howard Bernstein...

John Blundell talks to two of the main architects of English devolution: has it worked...

Pep Mansour Man City

Manchester and the sheikhs: is it time to make a stand?

Danny Moran on Abu Dhabi, ethical policy and Sir Richard Leese

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