Jan 10, 2014
Maxine Peake wins socialism award for opposing austerity measures
The former Westhoughton High School and Canon Slade pupil will be presented with the first Bolton Socialist Club Outstanding Contribution to Socialism Award.
Film puts spotlight on poverty
A WOMAN has chained herself in the debtor's jail at York's Castle Museum in protest at poverty and austerity in the city.
Our much-loved health service reaches its 65th birthday - but activists fear it may be the last
But they warned that unless the Con-Dem coalition changes course there may not be an NHS to celebrate in the future.
Shobna Gulati hits out at inequality on telly
But when Shobna Gulati left Corrie earlier this year, she discovered it was difficult to find new roles because of she's of Indian descent.
Western morning News
Despite cast and script, family drama disappoints
Pauline Paradise is retiring from her job as a lollipop lady. The head teacher presents her with a tea cup, secateurs and a hammock and tells the children: "When grandparents retire, they suddenly become obsessed with gardening.