Cult survivors, guard dogs and stitch-ups. Infighting has taken over Stockport Labour
Local councillors are being ‘purged’, we take a look at why
Dear Millers — today, Jack Dulhanty is venturing into little-charted landscape for our paper: namely, the weeds of the Labour party in-fighting. He headed to Stockport to find out how an ideological split in the party is complicating the process of existing councillors running again for their seats.
Also on the cards for today: “I didn’t quite realise how special the North West was until I moved away for university.“ Fashion photographer Dean Davies hoped to capture genuine moments of intimacy in his project Siblings. He shared some of his photos of Mancunian families with us and explains the motivation behind his work.
But before we get there, the Lowry painting being sold by a football charity; a Conservative councillor for Stockport gets expelled from the party and a handy overview of the Manchester Food and Drink Festival.
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