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Victims, families, witnesses and defendants are trapped in limbo as courts restricted by the pandemic struggle to keep up with cases.
The loss of a service for unpaid carers in Tower Hamlets, east London, reveals how austerity is still scuppering Britain’s recovery.
Grassroots responses to homelessness, like the radical alternative DOPE magazine, expose the scale of the crisis.
Why paramedics and ambulance crew are suffering from poor mental health.
Warrington opened new premises on an industrial estate this week to meet surging demand.
Another blow to rehabilitation of the prison population.
The plight of pregnant women in our overstretched prison system.
Faced with rising pupil numbers, increasingly complex needs and inherited social work from stricken councils, teachers feel profoundly neglected.
Philip Alston found elements of the new Universal Credit welfare system “problematic”, “harsh” and “unnecessary”.
“If people had a chance to come to a place like this, they could get away from their life on the streets.”
This year alone, Poundworld, Toys “R” Us and Maplin have gone bust, while Carpetright, New Look and Mothercare are trying to forestall that fate.