Controversial activist Tommy Robinson called on supporters to cancel their TV licences as thousands gathered outside BBC headquarters for a demonstration.
A man has admitted daubing “No Blacks” on the home of a family from Africa.
Anyone in Manchester on Tuesday afternoon would have found it difficult to ignore Paris St-Germain supporters ahead of their team’s game against Manchester United.
Labour’s leaders in the north of England are demanding the parties at Westminster agree to a £70 billion post-Brexit investment plan for the region.
An American Airlines pilot has been arrested at Manchester Airport on suspicion of being drunk just minutes before he was due to operate a transatlantic flight.
A contraceptive treatment for men is being put to the test and researchers are seeking couples in Edinburgh and Manchester to take part in a groundbreaking study.
Snow and ice caused disruption to many people's travel plans yesterday as a number of flights to Aberdeen had to be cancelled.
With snow falling across the UK, at least two people from Manchester took the weather warnings as seriously as possible, setting out on skis for their morning travel.
An 11-year-old boy killed in a hit-and-run collision was an “intelligent, loving and caring kid”, his family has said.
An investigation has been launched after a Manchester canal turned an unusual colour.
Fire crews have tackled a blaze at The Ivy restaurant in Manchester.
A couple who were injured in a suspected terror attack at Manchester Victoria Station on New Year’s Eve have thanked their rescuers, and said they hope the incident does not “divide communities”.
Counter terrorism police are leading an investigation after a knifeman stabbed three people at Victoria Station in Manchester.
A knifeman shouted “Allah” after attacking and stabbing innocent commuters at a train station, an eye-witness said.
The new UK boss of flexible workspace firm WeWork has doubled down on the company’s commitment to the British market despite growing uncertainty over Brexit.
Noel Gallagher has claimed his brother acts for his ego and does not care about Oasis fans who he abandoned “25 times in his career”.
Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct has emerged as a prospective bidder for Hamleys as the toy store’s Chinese owner looks for an exit.
A Manchester business has launched a legal claim against Bentley Motors over the ownership of a clothing trademark, the latest move in a lengthy dispute with the luxury carmaker.
A “completely reckless” motorist who twice knocked over a police constable after she attempted to pull his vehicle over has been jailed for seven years.
Police forces have been told to carry out urgent reviews into their volunteer cadet programmes after officers in two cities were accused of abusing their positions for a “sexual purpose”.
Ariana Grande said she still finds it difficult to talk about the Manchester Arena bombing at her concert last year, as she was thanked by city residents for her support after the attack.
Actor Idris Elba will premiere a musical theatre production about life in South Africa after Nelson Mandela at a festival next year.
Ariana Grande has announced a world tour based on her latest album Sweetener.
Grime artist Bugzy Malone has said it took a decade to release his debut album because he was waiting for “the right audience”.
Anna Friel has said that she would struggle if her daughter told her she wanted to become a boy.
Maxine Peake has hailed the importance of regional theatres in her career as it was announced she will receive a top industry award for her outstanding contribution to British theatre.
Birmingham, Greater Manchester and Leeds are all in the running to host Channel 4’s new national headquarters, the broadcaster has announced.
A Invergordon gamer found guilty of trying to abduct a schoolboy has had his convictions quashed after a top judge accepted it was only a “stupid prank”.
Tim Booth has labelled Morrissey a “dick” amid claims the revered singer supports the far-right.
All of Morrissey’s UK and European tour dates in July have been postponed because of logistical problems, his management has announced.
Morrissey’s team are “rattled” by an anti-racism party due to be held near one of the singer’s concerts, the organiser of the event has claimed.
Morrissey’s manager has accused the organiser of an anti-racism party near one of the singer’s concerts of being an attention seeker and claimed the move was “bullshit”.