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The top Greater Manchester news stories today – January 15, 2022 – Manchester Evening News



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A massive fight involving 100 schoolchildren in Piccadilly Gardens, a huge protest which brought the city centre to a standstill and a visit to the worst-rated bus station in Greater Manchester
Here are some of our top stories from today – January 15, 2022.
Police came under attack in Piccadilly Gardens as officers dealt with a group of around 100 fighting school children, GMP have revealed.
A 16-year-old has been arrested – and police said CCTV would be analysed to hold others 'accountable', the force added.
The trouble broke out at 5pm on Friday, as thousands of workers went home for the night.
Police said 'missiles' were thrown at officers and 'some police equipment has been damaged beyond repair'.
Protesters gathered in Manchester city centre this afternoon as part of a 'Kill the Bill' demonstration.
Campaigners have turned out in St Peter's Square for the protest today (Saturday).
A range of different groups have joined to protest against the new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, which proposes to give police in England and Wales more power to impose conditions on non-violent protests.
A man is fighting for his life in hospital after being stabbed on a street in Trafford this morning.
Police were called to reports of a stabbing at a business premises on Upper Chorlton Street, in Old Trafford, shortly after 10am on Saturday (January 15).
Emergency services found a 21-year-old man with potentially life threatening injuries.
He remains in hospital in a critical condition.
No arrests have been made.
It is infamous for ramshackle emporiums of fake goods and infuriating traffic.
It starts on the edge of the city centre and stretches for five miles to the northern suburbs.
Thousands of us take the route every day.
The bottom end is a cluster of shops rammed with hooky gear, takeaways, national fast food restaurants, garages, and a casino once frequented by high roller and the ex of Liza Minelli, the late David Gest.
But the current shabby start of Bury New Road is a mere morsel of its story.
Anyone who used the old station under the Arndale will remember just how grim catching a bus could be.
Choking on diesel fumes, taking your life in your hands to reach your platform, it could be a pretty dismal experience.
Luckily, since then Greater Manchester's bus stations have improved immeasurably.
But you can't please all the people all the time – especially people on the internet.
And that certainly seems to be true in the case of Altrincham Interchange.
Opened in 2014 at a cost of £19m, it's modern, light, airy and spotlessly clean.
But it's also the lowest rated bus station in Greater Manchester.


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