The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
Between football, Westminster and Brexit, there seems to be little good news at the moment. And now it looks like Linda is hanging up her apron.
Politicians neglected the refugee crisis whilst campaigning – but they shouldn't now concede to the darker undertones of the debate.
The UN are “seriously concerned” by the state of inequality in the UK.
Both carers and care workers need more support.
George Eaton explores the myths around our migrant benefit bill.
Andrew Harrop plots a path from here to there.
After Karen died, her family told me she wasn’t really homeless, and she “liked a lot of boys”.
Mary saw her colleagues at the charity shop every day, but she didn't tell them she was sleeping on the 31 bus.
Londoners are more likely than the national average to be mentally ill, sleeping rough, out of work, living in poverty despite being in work, living in poor housing or facing lower life expectancy.
It may seem blasphemous to neoliberals, but a universal basic wage may be the only choice we have.
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