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Work has begun on a ‘bigger and better’ Albert Square in Manchester
NEW MANC EATS: feat. ‘bloody’ eyeball donuts and a new Blade Runner-style hidden bar
Manchester City Council recruit Jon Snow ‘lookalike’ to help promote jabs drive this winter
UK minimum wage to rise to £9.50, the Treasury has confirmed
Glastonbury Festival 2020 has been cancelled
18th March 2020
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New flexible train tickets go on sale for people commuting a few days per week
New season tickets go on sale from Monday and are aimed at people who are travelling to work two or three days a week.
Free hospital parking for NHS staff to be axed as coronavirus eases
Free hospital parking is set to only be available to NHS staff in "certain circumstances".
Bank of England supplies extra £150 billion for economy
On the same day England entered a second lockdown (November 5), the bank confirmed its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) had voted to maintain interest rates at 0.1% but expand quantitative easing (QE) - buying government bonds.
Final decision on Greater Manchester’s Tier 3 reclassification expected tomorrow
It is believed the Joint Biosecurity Centre's 'Gold Command' has signed off on Tier 3 restrictions being implemented.