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Manchester International Airport[edit]

Thank you for your interest in Wikipedia. However, please do not keep making the edit forecasting 50m passengers without sourcing as here. Replacing a sourced figure with an unsourced figure could be construed as vandalism. Please research the situation and find a reliable source for your figure. BlueValour 22:54, 16 July 2006 (UTC)

Exuse me madam/sir i am writting to complain about a certian article which keeps getting removed from the o2 dome page i would like to tell you for a fact that the o2 arena is the biggest europe so please stop removing it

many thanks from Mr Hampshire.

Please do not remove valid information from the Manchester article showing evidence that it is viewed internationally as the UK's third city without providing justification. Such edits could be considered vandalism.212.139.246.24 16:22, 19 July 2007 (UTC)

Join us?[edit]

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Manchester Evening News Arena[edit]

Hi, I'm just letting you know that I changed the wording of the article as the source states that the MEN arena is "Europe's largest indoor concert venue". If you change the article to read "one of the largest", please provide a source to back it up. Thanks, Nev1 (talk) 21:07, 5 March 2009 (UTC)

Manchester[edit]

I refer you to Wikipedia:Lead#Introductory_text. You are obviously an inexperience editor but attempting to introduce new information into a featured article's lead section with or without correctly cited references is not a good idea. Wikipedia:Citing sources tell you about correct referencing.--J3Mrs (talk) 15:54, 16 September 2011 (UTC)

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Manchester again[edit]

Hello. I ask you kindly to familiarise yourself with Wikipedia's policies (such as NPOV and Citing Sources correctly) to gain a greater understanding of what edits are constructive. The Manchester page is a featured article (marked by the gold star in top right corner) meaning it is viewed as one of the most comprehensive articles on Wikipedia. As such it is adjudged to not need much editing. Although you may think adding one of Manchester's most important events is a good idea - adding the Peterloo Massacre into the introduction of a FA with no exposition and with an unreferenced source is not welcome. Stevo1000 (talk) 00:20, 15 August 2013 (UTC)

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