Blackburn Rovers fans are set to meet later to discuss protests against the club's owners.
They're unhappy about the way the Venky brother's are running the club.
Fans are planning to protest at their next match with Brentford.
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TV naturalist Chris Packham has led a protest in Derbyshire against the illegal killing of a rare bird of prey.
Hundreds of campaigners at seven sites across the country took part in Hen Harrier Day, which aimed to raise awareness of the targeting of the birds.
They are protected by law but conservationists say they are shot because they prey on red grouse
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Private hire taxi drivers have surrounded Manchester Town Hall in protest at the ban on them using bus lanes, whilst black cabs may use them.
Around 200 private hire drivers have set off on a slow drive from the Etihad Stadium to the Town Hall to vent their frustration over being banned from bus lanes.
What we are trying to do is get a level playing field with black cabs. We carry about 40 million people in Greater Manchester each year, which is a phenomenal number.
With an ageing population, a lot of people use us because they have mobility problems and struggle to get on the bus or drive.
We are finding problems because there are 254 miles of bus lanes, running past medical centres, pharmacies, hotels and so on, where we can't pick them up or drop them off, which is a great disadvantage to us.