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Business of the Month - October 2014 - MLP Law

MLP Law is Downtown Manchester's Business of the Month for October 2014. MLP Law is one of the leading commercial law firms in the North West. Whether you need legal advice from their commercial solicitors, or require private client legal services, their experienced lawyers will help you to achieve a successful outcome. Find out more about…

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The Manchester Manifesto

Be part of the dialogue A General Election just 6 months away, the prize of devolution within the grasp of our great cities and the most profound challenges of austerity, globalisation and digitisation. What does Manchester need to create a positive future into the 21st Century? This event will bring…

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What’s the story?

Once upon a time there was a successful group of businesses in a creative sector that were doing OK, but wanted to break out of their “cottage industry” and break the grip of power on the centre that was holding back their ability to retain talent, price jobs competitively. There were passionate calls to drop […]

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RAIL IN NORTH. WHAT DO THE PEOPLE WANT?

The travelling public of the North deserve a proper say on what they want from their rail services. This week we’ve had more announcements from on high about HS2, and backing for HS3 from Manchester to Leeds. Sir David Higgins, Chairman of High Speed Two Ltd is an excellent man but who is he talking […]

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Downtown Drives High Speed Rail Campaign at With Love – From Manchester Event

Manchester City Council Chief Executive Sir Howard Bernstein presented the compelling case for high speed rail connectivity across the North at a Downtown event this week for the Linking Liverpool campaign. Sir Howard was the keynote speaker at the With Love – From Manchester event, hosted by Downtown and Merseytravel, to highlight the High Speed […]

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Devo Manc proposals argue all £22bn of government spending in Greater Manchester should be controlled locally. Do you agree?

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