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After four years of real-terms cuts, merely allowing payments to rise in line with inflation will do little to help claimants.
Grassroots responses to homelessness, like the radical alternative DOPE magazine, expose the scale of the crisis.
Sainsbury’s “#ShopForOthers” campaign and other such schemes invite customers to buy extra for people going hungry.
Over four million children live in poverty in the UK, yet their lives are rarely this visible.
In the world's sixth richest country, a record number of people will be starving at Christmas.
The Home Secretary deployed the “it’s local” trick, and other bogus arguments.
Too often, “austerity” is treated as a Westminster buzzword instead of an era.
Vulnerable people facing eviction raise new questions about football’s fraught relationship with wealth.
The New Statesman team discuss the campaign's second week.
An Advertising Standards Authority investigation shows the government misled the public over a nine-week advertising campaign about its welfare system.
Comprehensive new research proves welfare reform drives rising foodbank use – and there’s another hidden social trend, too.