The Peterloo Massacre of 1819 in Manchester was one of the most defining moments of social reform in British history.
Now - ahead of next year's 200th anniversary of the atrocity where 18 people died and around 700 men, women and childrenreceived horrendous injuries - renowned artist and photographer Red Saunders, is to recreate it in three photo tableaus.
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A video taken under the sea around the Isle of Man has been viewed over 100,000 times on social media.
Craig Whalley placed his waterproof camera on a fishing line and the result was spectacular.
In the video, shared via Facebook, Craig captured a huge shoal of fish, including dogfish and other types of shark, living below the Irish Sea around the Manx coast.
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Fire crews are damping down after spending the night tackling a major barn fire in Lancashire.
At its height around sixty firefighters were at the scene in Cantsfiedl near Carnforth.
There are nor reports of any injuries but the A 683 has been closed off while the incident is being dealt with.
A couple who nearly died while on holiday in Egypt have described how their experience was uncannily like that of two holidaymakers who lost their lives in the country.
Michelle and Arnie Cohen from Liverpool have revealed their ordeal after hearing about what happened to John and Susan Cooper from Burnley.
They've been speaking to our Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner.
There's been more disruption for rail passengers after lines at Lime Street Station were closed.
The station has been closed so that work can be carried out to upgrade the tracks and platforms.
Many mainline services are terminating at Liverpool Sourth Parkway.
Network rail say that the work is due for completion in October.
Our remaining upgrades this Sunday are part of an eighteen-month programme of work to transform Liverpool Lime Street, as part of the Great North Rail Project.
Remodelled, longer, wider platforms mean more room for longer trains and more passengers. A new improved signalling system also allows us to run more trains, more reliably.
I'd like to sincerely thank passengers for bearing with us as we deliver Liverpool Lime Street's biggest upgrade since the 19th century.
A huge thank you concert is being held to say thank you to the firefighters and Mountain Rescue teams who fought the Winter Hill fire. Emergency workers spent more than a month tackling the blaze which burnt across seven square miles of moorland
It will be the first concert of this magnitude to be held on the Great Lawn in the Rivington Terraced Gardens.