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Local specialist urges: “Recognise big role of small business”

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The new government must recognise the big role of small business in the future of our economy, according to a local small business accountancy specialist. Phil Cornish who runs TaxAssist Accountants in Altrincham said:   “Whatever the make-up of the new government, it must recognise the vital role played by local small business owners, who are part of a national legion of …

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IWM North to present largest UK retrospective of Wyndham Lewis, coinciding with its 15th anniversary year

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From 23 June 2017 until 1 January 2018, IWM North will present Wyndham Lewis: Life, Art, War, the largest UK retrospective of the artist and writer’s work to date. The exhibition will be exclusive to IWM North and coincides with the 15th anniversary of the multi award winning museum that brings the national collection to northern audiences. A radical force in …

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Long running vegan campaign goes large in Manchester

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300 buses took hard-hitting Go Vegan World – the world’s largest and longest running vegan campaign – onto the streets of Greater Manchester ahead of Vegan Education Day. Through striking digital video and stills, a variety of the campaign’s striking adverts targeted shoppers, commuters, tourists and city traffic across Manchester. There were large format digital screens at Printworks and the Arndale, …

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Human Appeal charity chief executive talks

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Human Appeal, a humanitarian aid agency based in Greater Manchester, have announced that whilst they welcome the $6billion pledged to help Syrians in the conference held in Brussels this week, the events happening on the ground show that a lot more needs to be done. • A more principled approach is taken when monitoring war crimes • More investment is …

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Fay Wertheimer chats to Penny Worth

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Violist Fay Wertheimer formed Carlton Ensemble’s string quartet and flute group for a one-off City Art Gallery fundraiser in 1982. 36 years on, the quirky, quality quintet and its unnaturally-blonde dowager are still intact. Private and corporate punters enjoy Carlton’s take on anything from Mozart to Game of Thrones, and benefit from its unique experience in background music. Carlton’s friendly …

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Dating app Trueview is the most secure yet

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Revolutionary British dating app, TRUEVIEW, have included a unique nudity filter in their new app launch. The filter prevents users from uploading ‘inappropriate’ shots to their profile. Every photo that is uploaded onto the website is pushed through a filter that detects face and nudity. It then scores the picture and will reject if it detects a certain level of …

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Most mums are neglected on Mother’s day

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Mother’s Day is around the corner (if you haven’t got it in your diary already, firstly, what is wrong with you? And secondly, it’s the 26th of March) so children, young and old, will be gearing up to spoil their mums on the day itself. Or will they? As the advertising industry cranks up its campaign to get us all …

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A year of digital connections between India and the UK

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A pen pal for the digital era, DUET is a multi-platform digital art project about finding space for reflection, expression and connection in our daily lives. Allowing for multiple levels of engagement, DUET features an app, an interactive web platform and a series of outdoor public artworks across cities in India and the UK. Launching in March, DUET is collaboration …