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Monthly Archives: May 2023

The Pankhurst Centre goes green for half term

For the half term holidays, Manchester’s Pankhurst Centre is going green, suffragette green! On Sunday 28 May, Thursday 1 June and Sunday 4 June (11am to 4pm) a series of Family Friendly activities has been designed to celebrate the joys of nature, including creating wildflower

RNCM celebrates its 50th birthday

Four spectacular events are about to light up the summer as the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) reaches the climax of its 50th birthday celebrations. Through musical performances, the past, present and future of the innovative conservatoire will be reflected and in doing so

ENERGY PRICE CAP: BROKEN SYSTEM MUST BE OVERHAULED

ENERGY PRICE CAP: BROKEN SYSTEM MUST BE OVERHAULED- GMB Serious investment and a national plan need to be delivered now, says GMB Union GMB Union today called for the ‘broken’ energy system following todays’s price cap change. Andy Prendergast, GMB National Secretary, said: “While households

Increasing mortgages source of anxiety for many homeowners

Increasing mortgage costs a source of anxiety for many homeowners Market analysis by the debt advisory specialists, Sirius Property Finance, has shown that increasing mortgage rates are a source of anxiety for a significant number of UK homeowners, with the ability to afford their monthly

Debt ceiling and economic data fuel currency volatility

Currency traders remained cautious ahead of a new episode in the debt ceiling discussions in the US. Hopes of a swift agreement between the President and Congress remain while concerns about the impact that a late agreement could fuel volatility. Traders are increasingly concerned about