A protest has taken place over plans to build a dual carriageway through a country park in Merseyside.
Highways England says the 250 million pound road would link the Port of Liverpool to the motorway. But campaigners say it's taking away "valuable" green space.
Amy Welch reports.
A protest has been held on the Isle of Man by pro-choice group Handmaids IOM.
It follows a presentation from UK anti-abortion group LIFE, who were invited to speak to Tynwald members this morning by David Anderson MHK.
The Handmaids said via their Facebook page: "We’re getting there but the race hasn’t been won yet. We won’t stop until women of the Isle of Man are able to have safe and legal abortions here on the Island."
A new draft Bill has been proposed by Dr Alex Allinson, which is being reviewed in 2018.
Residents who want Manx Gas to lower standing order charges have expressed their anger via a protest.Read the full story ›
The public consultation over plans to build thousands of homes on greenbelt land in Rainford ends today.
Campaigners say the council's proposals are based on misleading information and have been marching through St Helens.
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.
Prison officers across the North West have walked out in a dispute over working conditions.Read the full story ›
Anti-nuclear protesters have gathered in Manchester city centre in a demonstration against the renewal of the UK's 'Trident' programme.Read the full story ›
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
A mass protest is being held later ahead of a meeting that could seal the fate of both the swimming pool and the library in Levenshulme.Read the full story ›