Why Greater Manchester will need 180,000 more graduates
Plus: 'Completely unacceptable': The housing association gets to work on Michaela's flat
Good morning members — all 2,507 of you now. Today’s edition brings you an update on Michaela Ali, whose story we reported on over the weekend. It now looks like the housing association Riverside is getting to work on repairing her flat, after more than a year of delay. Jack met Michaela and her mother Margaret in our office on Monday and has written about the latest below.
We’ve also got a little insight into the Greater Manchester economy from Daniel Timms, who summarises a couple of key points from a big new report from the Resolution Foundation.
Don’t forget: if you know anyone who might be interested in the roles we are hiring for — our Senior Editor, Head of Commercial and Staff Writer (in Liverpool for our sister publication The Post) — then please pass on the link, because Sunday is the application deadline for two of those roles.
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