Pulling an all-nighter making Manchester's most sought-after bread
Plus: What have you booked at MIF23?
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Yesterday, Jack went to Andy Burnham’s big press conference about housing and he’s written an initial update about that story below, with more to follow when we’ve spoken to some experts and got our head around the details. The mayor wants to use new legislation to crack down on bad landlords, and Jack asked him a few questions about that.
After that, settle down for a lovely read by first-time Mill contributor Tom Reynolds, who put in the kind of shift we expect from our writers by spending a whole night — 10pm to 10am — at a bakery in Ancoats to document how some of Machester’s most sought-after bread is mad…
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