A homeless man initially hailed a hero of the Manchester Arena attack has been jailed stealing from victims of the atrocity.Read the full story ›
A homeless man who pleaded guilty to stealing from victims of the Manchester Arena attack is due to be sentenced today.Read the full story ›
It's emerged that survivors and families of those who died in the Manchester Arena bomb attack were harassed by press journalists - some of whom even pretended to be police officers to get interviews and personal details.
The first part of a review by Lord Kerslake has been published. It is looking at how the city coped with the attack. Some are backing calls made after Hillsborough for a 'families charter'.
Martin Hibbert who was severely injured in the attack along with his young daughter shared his experience:
A pre-inquest hearing into the death of Salman Abedi has been adjourned while police investigate his brother's involvement in the attack.Read the full story ›
Jason Manford was in Royton Park today to attend the opening of memorial benches for Alison Howe and Lisa Lees.
Alison and Lisa were two victims of the Manchester Arena bomb attack in May.
They had both travelled to the arena to pick up their children from the Ariana Grande concert.
The benches are located in Royton Park where the event took place, crowds gathered to celebrate Alison and Lisa's lives and there were musical performances, including one from Jason Manford himself.
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A man hailed as a "homeless hero" after the Manchester Arena bombing has appeared in court accused of stealing from two of the victims of the attack.
Chris Parker, 33, is alleged to have stolen a purse and its contents belonging to the grandmother of 14-year-old Sorrell Leczkowski, from Leeds, who was killed in the attack.
He is also said to have taken the mobile phone of another teenage girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons.
Parker entered formal not guilty pleas to the two charges and was remanded in custody ahead of a hearing at Manchester Crown Court on September 13.
Manchester attack: The daughters of Jane Carolyne Tweddle have published a moving tribute to their "best friend".Read the full story ›
Six weeks on from the bombing which claimed the lives of 22 people, some of the injured are still being treated in hospital.
The Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham has been to visit children and the staff treating them at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. He's working with the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards to find our region's unsung heroes. Sarah Rogers was there:
Nominations close at one minute to midnight on Friday August the 25th.
Inquests have been opened into the deaths of 22 people killed in the Manchester Arena bomb attackRead the full story ›