Local elections

16th May 2023 | By Callum Pickup

Richard Kilpatrick wins Didsbury West

The Lib Dems gain from Labour in Didsbury West, with former councillor Richard Kilpatrick winning back his seat in the council.

5th May 2023 | By Joe Hylton

Labour councillor wins the local election for Chorlton and Chorlton Park

Matthew Benham and Dave Dawson are re-elected for the next four years as labour councillors for Chorlton and Chorlton Park


4th May 2021 | By George Crafer

University student standing as a Conservative candidate in Thursday’s local elections

Cameron Cosh is a 21-year-old UoM politics student who plays rugby, supports Man City, and loves the pub—and he might have the most unpopular job...

Withington, Didsbury and Deansgate

30th April 2021 | By George Crafer

What are the wards to look out for in this week’s local election?

The local elections are just around the corner. On 6 May a third of the city region’s councillors are facing re-election. If you live in...

Eccles election

6th May 2019 | By Isaac Jordan

Gender equality improves in Salford local election

Voters have increased the number of female Councillors across the wards of Salford in the recent local election.  This comes as good news for gender equality as government data for...


4th May 2018 | By nq_admin

LIVE: Manchester Local Elections 2018

Live Blog Manchester Local Council Elections 2018  


24th April 2018 | By Kieran Hepworth

All Manchester council seats up for grabs on Thursday following boundary changes

The local elections for Manchester City Council will take place on Thursday 3rd May with all 96 seats in 32 wards being fought following boundary...

Council wards

12th April 2017 | By nq_admin

Boundary changes to election wards welcomed by Manchester City Council

The number of Councillors sitting on Manchester City Council will remain the same after the independent Local Government Boundary Commission published its final recommendations on new...


1st December 2016 | By nq_admin

Issy Patience: the Green Party candidate for Whalley Range

Issy Patience – Green Party candidate for Whalley Range from Northern Quota on Vimeo.


30th November 2016 | By nq_admin

John Leech agrees with Manchester City Council’s proposals following proposed boundary changes

The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England has asked residents across Manchester to comment on its draft proposals for new council ward boundaries. The eight-week public consultation...