Victoria McNulty: Written in stone
Poet and music fan Victoria McNulty considers the legacy of the Stone Roses and class division in the UK
IN 21st century Tory Britain, working class heroes are steeped in populism, raised on Geordie Shore excess and reeking of fake tan.
In the early 1990s, they rose: starved by Thatcher and made of stone, like the Northern powerhouses from which they came. Cities like mine. They weren't just made of stone, but written in it.