Didsbury Mosque epitomises Manchester's attitude towards inclusiveness, tolerance and diversity, and they have been a welcome pillar of our community for many years.
Today is a dark day for Manchester, but I hope you will stand with us tonight as we refuse to be defeated. If there is one community I know will come together like no other, it is this - our - great city. We are famously defiant, famously tolerant, famously open and welcoming.
And we are famously, Manchester.
So please join us and many others from across our great city as we stand together, tonight from 6pm at Albert Square.
On Wednesday 17th May, I planned to ask questions to Manchester Council about the recent shock closure of Ladybarn Community Centre. At the last minute, council leader Richard Leese cancelled all of my questions and I was not allowed to speak.Manchester Council is refusing to be scrutinised, if you want these questions answering now, add your name today.
Below you will find a timeline of events and the questions I was going to ask the council.
Manchester Council is refusing to be scrutinised, if you want these questions answering now, add your name today.
John Leech - the city's only opposition member will ask 11 question to in the full council meeting on 17th May 2017.