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Manchester United prepare for signing spree

English soccer champions Manchester United will ramp up spending on new players to improve their ailing squad and boost the team's chances of winning the trophies that have been key to their financial su...
In the Media by Neil Maidment (Reuters)

Morrissey announces new album deal

The former Smiths singer Morrissey has signed a deal to release two new albums. This comes five years since his most recent record.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

UK man turned away from Ryanair flight in Málaga due to whisky

Guy Horne treated himself to some duty-free Glenmorangie whisky at Málaga airport, but ran into a problem when trying to board his flight to Manchester and was not allowed to get on the plane.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments

Unseen Lowry paintings on show

Manchester - More than 100 previously unseen drawings, oil sketches and paintings by the artist LS Lowry are to go on show at a special exhibition in Salford.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Abuse against goths and punks is now a hate crime in Manchester

A police force in Manchester, England, will now start treating violence and abuse against goths and punks as hate crimes.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 5 comments

Manchester United plans to turn up the volume

Manchester - The traditional football supporter’s chant of “it’s all gone quite over there” seems to be coming true at the home of Manchester United.
In the Media by Mark Harradine

Huge English Defence League protest march in Manchester

Manchester - Some had prematurely celebrated the demise of the EDL, especially after the imprisonment of their charismatic leader known as Tommy Robinson on what many had described as politically motivated and trumped up charges.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 20 comments

World famous violin teacher makes a statement about his arrest

Manchester - Wen Zhou Li, an internationally recognised teacher of the violin, was arrested on rape allegations made by a former student of his at Chethams School of Music in Manchester.
In the Media by James Dickenson - 1 comment

Voters in Manchester still unsure of Labour Party policies Special

Manchester - A radio discussion in Manchester today showed that people are still unsure of what alternative policies the Labour Party has to offer.
Digital Journal Report by Iram Ramzan

Labour Party fringe meetings kick start conference in Manchester Special

Manchester - The UK Labour Party started its annual five-day conference on Sunday, under the theme 'rebuilding Britain', in the Northwest city of Manchester.
Digital Journal Report by Iram Ramzan - 3 comments

The unfazed UK boy who breached the airport security

London - Liam Corcoran, the 11-year old boy had neither a passport, nor a ticket. Yet, this boy without even a boarding pass managed to fly 1000 mile (1,700-km) on a passenger plane from England to Italy.
In the Media by Ajit Jha

Boy, 11, flies Manchester to Rome without passport or ticket

Manchester - British Security is being questioned, on the eve of the Olympics, after an 11-year old boy flew from Manchester to Rome without a passport, ticket or boarding pass.
In the Media by Darren Weir - 6 comments

Subway restaurant looking to open in UK school

The fast-food chain Subway is talking about opening up a location in a secondary school in located in Manchester, England.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 4 comments

UK helpline service for Muslim youth to expand on national level Special

Manchester - A UK-based Muslim charity which provides a free and confidential emotional support service to young Muslims is establishing volunteer teams nationally for the first time in its 10-year history.
Digital Journal Report by Iram Ramzan

Morrissey and The Smiths exhibition opens in Manchester

Manchester - An exhibition with a difference has opened in Manchester. The exhibition celebrates the works of The Smiths, the seminal '80s indie group, through a series of art exhibits.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

The English Defence League (EDL) peacefully protest in Hyde

Hyde - On Saturday 25 February 2012, the patriotic English Defence League peacefully protested in Hyde, Greater Manchester, England.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 2 comments

Hyde, Manchester — Daniel Stringer-Prince demonstrations planned

Manchester - Demonstrations have been organised for Saturday 25 February 2012, in Hyde, Greater Manchester to protest against the cowardly, gang attack on Daniel Stringer-Prince.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 1 comment

'My Tram Experience' woman charged as similar video hits YouTube

Croydon - Following the shocking "My Tram Experience" video which has been circulating the Internet over the past few days, Emma West - a 34-year-old mother from New Addington, London - has been charged.
In the Media by Christopher Bates - 4 comments

A City Rises: The Momentum of Manchester City

The city of Manchester has never been so spoilt in all its days. A fantastically vibrant city in it’s own right. However, it’s gained world wide recognition for being one of the birthplaces of indie music.
In the Media by Jesse Rutigliano

Petition to prevent Manchester-based family from eviction Special

Manchester - Around 30 people gathered outside the Crown Prosecution Service in Manchester on Tuesday to hand in a petition which generated over 10,000 signatures to prevent a family from being evicted from their home in Longsight, Manchester.
Digital Journal Report by Iram Ramzan - 3 comments

An interview with a homeless person in Manchester, UK Special

Manchester - We walk past at least one homeless person everyday, often with indifference, sometimes with contempt. Yet not all the homeless people on the streets are the same and there is more to them than meets the eye.
Digital Journal Report by Iram Ramzan - 6 comments

Op-Ed: Manchester – united in triumph

If you thought 22 men running up and down trying to kick a ball into the back of a net was the waste of an afternoon, Arsène Wenger may just agree with you.
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 1 comment

PM Cameron authorises use of water cannons against rioters

London - Following a fourth night of rioting and looting across many English cities the British Prime Minister authorised the use of water cannons against those rioting.
In the Media by Gemma Fox - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Soccer: Manchester United signs David de Gea, City chases Neymar

Manchester - Following the recent retirement of goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, Manchester United have acquired the services of David de Gea from Atletico Madrid.
In the Media by Christopher Bates

Thieves allegedly rob woman on video as she lay dying on street

Greater Manchester police have released a CCTV video of two suspects wanted for questioning after they were seen riding bicycles past a woman who collapsed in the street and then approached her from another angle out of the view of the security camera.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman

Four jailed for attack caught on CCTV, woman confronts culprits

Moss Side - CCTV footage was released of a woman stepping in to help a man who was attacked by four others. The offenders have been sentenced to time in jail.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 3 comments

Fourteen injured in major gas explosion

Irlam - A suspected gas explosion in Salford, Greater Manchester has injured at least fourteen people. The explosion also hit four houses which destroyed the terraced homes in Silver Street, Irlam.
In the Media by Robbie Dove

Rooney will stay at Manchester United

Manchester - Wayne Rooney has agreed to sign a new five-year contract at Manchester United to end the constant rumours and speculation of his future at Old Trafford.
In the Media by Robbie Dove - 1 comment

School students given chance to write and star in Waterloo Road

Last week, four UK secondary schools took part in a project to produce mini-episodes of Waterloo Road – the hit BBC One drama, which is produced by the corporation by Shed Productions.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck

Gays 'mourn' end of As the World Turns' out-gay character

The end of As the World Turns also sees the end of the daytime soap's ongoing character development of its young out-gay character, Luke Snyder.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck
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File photo: Protesters march in Manchester
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