Northwest: It's not so grim up north!
Manchester has been in the throes of a revival as it vies with Birmingham and Leeds to claim the title of Britain's second city. This is increasingly reflected in the local business and professional scene, writes James Batt
Manchester, they say, is the next commercial, financial and legal centre after London. Going ever forward from last summer’s Commonwealth Games and after hundreds of millions of pounds of investment our city has changed beyond all recognition since the IRA bomb of 1996.
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