The welfare reform’s core “family first” ideology was always going to degrade women’s autonomy.
The blame starts with the party’s former welfare lead, Debbie Abrahams, and ends with the party’s leader.
Using some of the £20.5bn to fund social care would help save the health service money.
He’s been warning the Tories about exploitative companies and welfare cuts for years.
Questioned on Universal Credit’s failings, the Prime Minister had little to show for her Downing Street pledge against inequality two years ago.
By refusing to accept housing benefit claimants, landlords are putting people at risk of homelessness.
The new benefit punishes those who do not fit a 1950s stereotype.
Government priorities have changed drastically.
After a child and her family challenged their council, the High Court has ruled its decision to close 21 of the county’s 36 libraries unlawful.
Other councils fear the same fate as Northamptonshire County Council, the Ground Zero of local government breakdown.
Just because you believe hard enough in an ideology doesn’t mean it’ll work.