Romance isn’t dead. It’s fit to work.
A report of disability benefit claimants’ experiences exposes government cruelty and incompetence in unprecedented numbers.
Poverty in the UK is increasingly an in-work phenomenon.
Why the 1824 Vagrancy Act is being used by councils to prosecute rough sleepers, and how to stop it.
Two very different occupied spaces embody a new wave of resistance to Manchester’s appalling housing crisis.
Simon Dudley accused people of making a “voluntary choice” to sleep rough.
A visit to sites in Calais and Dunkirk with Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley shows the crisis is far from over.
The tabloid has run a story criticising a mother on benefits for spending money on her children.
Fears about the future and a lack of housing mean the traumatised are still waiting for a new home.
New research finds tens of thousands of children with disabilities will be turned away from a Christmas activity. We hear from parents struggling this year.
“I'd have thrown myself off the ferry if I had money for the fare.”