Author: Lydia Ransome

Analysis: How Salford voted in the Brexit referendum

Analysis: How Salford voted in the Brexit referendum

The three constituencies of Salford voted to leave in the Brexit referendum in 2016 and three years later the results of this snap election will decide the outcome for Britain leaving the European Union.

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“I can’t leave him there to die” Football coach from Salford helps to save young boy’s life after stabbing

A football coach from Salford helped to keep a 14-year-old stabbing victim alive until paramedics arrived. Jordan Ryan was coaching […]

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“We all met in a homeless shelter” Salford community group provides £2.50 Sunday roasts

The Which Way Group have been providing a cooked Sunday Roast for members of the local community in Salford for […]

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“This is unacceptable” Local residents aren’t happy with a truck parked on the pavement in Worsley

Drivers passing through the Manchester Outer Ring Road took to Twitter today after a HGV vehicle was spotted parked on […]

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Residents of Buckingham Road left without post for three months following a serious dog attack

Residents of Buckingham Road in Swinton have not been receiving postal deliveries from Royal Mail for the past three months […]

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“I’ve created a blueprint, a vision” Sacha Lord and Andy Burnham join talks on nightlife safety for Salford students in Greater Manchester

Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham and Sacha Lord, co-founder of Parklife and Warehouse Project, joined a panel of guests […]

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Specialist mental health service launched for students in and around Manchester

A new specialist NHS service in Greater Manchester will provide Salford university students with the help they need to overcome significant mental illness. Mayor of […]

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Salford City College staff strike following cuts to 16-19 education

Salford City College staff have been on strike this week to protest against further funding cuts to 16-19 education. The […]

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“I just started screaming at my flatmates and banging on their doors” Bolton student’s terrifying ordeal as Paul Dennett cites “industrial crisis”

Salford Mayor Paul Dennett has identified an “industrial crisis” after visiting the site of a fire which tore through a […]