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A report published today by Just Fair finds that the UK government is in breach of its legal obligations to respect, protect and fulfill the human rights of disabled people.
Originally posted on LabourList As the 2015 general election approaches, it is becoming more obvious by the day what the Tory strategy is: there are no new ideas, policies will continue much as the...
Some have asked if this would have happened if David Clapson had not been a former soldier. I, however, see this as a very small piece of progress. I'm always grateful for progress, whatever the re...
Government policies are expressed political intentions, regarding how our society is organised and governed. They have calculated socio-economic aims and consequences. None of the policies that thi...
Cabinet office minister believes NHS services should increasingly be run as mutuals and taken out of public hands
Tom Clark: Landing a new job that has scant security is not going to undo the damage to individuals who were suddenly thrown on the scrapheap, or the breakdown in community life that resulted
Outrage greets tabloid's front-page story that shows pictures and names infant with apparent emblem of Lucifer on his chest
This guy has been impressive from the get-go: Today (Tuesday) Andy Burnham will call on the Coalition to put its plans for further NHS privatisation on hold until there is clear evidence that the p...
In the UK, a free press is seen as one of the hallmarks of a liberal democracy. However, while the press may be seen to act as a check on legislative authority,
You know you should have tried to understand it but meh.. just too many acronym's, graphs and men with overlarge glasses.
Diabetic David Clapson, 59, died with just £3.44 left in his account after his Jobseeker’s Allowance was axed because he missed an appointment
The policy could form one point of future agreement for a coalition with Labour
HEALTH chiefs are looking into the death of a four-year-old autistic boy who died just days after going to hospital with a suspected tummy bug. Harry Procko's parents took him to the GP when he sta...
Martin Bright: Jobcentres have failed young people abysmally. This redundant service should be replaced by effective local job brokerages
At least some young workers are starting to realise that they won’t get paid what they're entitled to without a fight.
Welfare expert Matthew Oakley should have spoken to me. I could have told him all about benefits sanctions, says Darren Head
Call for an end to the violence in Gaza and across Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory, take action today.
Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham says reforms have led to structural confusion and creeping privatisation
The NHS is in 'crisis', according to today's Sun. But is it really? Or at least, is it in the way the Sun is arguing?
The Government has consistently stated its belief that "modelling difficulties" prevented the production of a cumulative impact assessment of welfare reform which is sufficiently robust to be publi...
The Labour run Wirral Council is patting itself on the back in the local newspaper the Liverpool Echo tonight for finding £75,000 to help the most deserving bedroom tax cases. This is the same coun...
Campaigners launch a Save Our Parks petition and ask for a national inquiry after £60million has been axed from the park budgets since 2010
When Funghi, the unemployed alcoholic featured in the recent Benefits Street television series, disclosed that he had been abused as a child, most of those condemning him on twitter did not even b...
A press release from Scope: Today marks the launch of a year-long independent inquiry. It will explore the extra costs that disabled people and families with disabled children face in England and W...
GoldieBlox founder Debbie Sterling is trying to quash gender norms