Ahead of a huge gig at Manchester Arena, Kaiser Chiefs took the time to speak to Pure’s Chris Ridgway.
With the EU Referendum date announced, UKIP North West MEP Louise Bours and former Labour candidate for Hazel Grove Michael Taylor debate the arguments for and against — plus we get the continental perspective with Romain Bardot of the Alliance Francaise de Manchester, and Chris Manka from the FSB explains what businesses make of the referendum. Plus should there be a tax on sugary drinks? Cancer Research UK think so, and their policy director Chit Selvarajah explains why. And this week’s News Review features exploding sheep and the busiest motorway in the North West.
Gay and bisexual men’s health charity GMFA, have released the results of their latest survey.
They have shown that some people are still taking risks when it comes to the possibility of catching HIV. While treatments are much better today, there’s still no cure for the virus.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to the Chief Executive of the charity, Matthew Hodson, who has been talking about some of the interesting results from the survey.
With the Government proposing to remove benefits from people who refuse to lose weight, Dr Vicci Owen-Smith of Stockport CCG speaks to Simon about the challenges obesity poses the NHS. Plus, former Greater Manchester FSB president Richard Greg on a report that just 4% of businesses in Greater Manchester think school leavers are being equipped with workplace skills. And with the start of the football season just days away, Sam Byrne of the Stockport Express comes in to the studio to discuss County’s chances.