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Personal experiences are often ignored by the health system, but professionals can learn a lot from patients and their families
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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.
Major international study shows biggest age divide in Europe between cities and suburbs
Poorer residents in capital's developments forced to use different entrances and facilities
Alex Andreou: The prospect of the rich somehow coming together voluntarily to decide to loosen their grip on the world’s wealth seems very remote indeed
The number of prison officers has been cut by nearly a third in just three years.
Emergency investigations have been launched into chicken factories following a catalogue of alleged hygiene failings which could lead to meat contaminated with deadly campylobacter.
Joanna Moorhead: No chemotherapy. No major surgery. And now an escape from weeks of radiotherapy. In the cancer war, the tide is turning
A coroner criticises mental health services for "failing" to provide proper care to a concert violinist who died just a week after giving evidence against her predatory former choirmaster
Discrimination plain and simple!
(satire?) In an exclusive, Prides Purge has seen leaked samples of posters and slogans the Conservative Party are considering using in the run up to the next election: Anyone able to transla...
Mandatory reconsideration of fit-for-work appeals can pitch claimants into a Kafka-esque maze, leaving them penniless and hungry, an MPs report notes
Hadley Freeman: Recent cases show that MPs and sports stars are let off lightly by their peers for committing acts of violence against women
Celebrating today's GDP figures as a victory for the chancellor would be a like praising the punctuality of the chauffeur who arrives at his destination three
Polly Toynbee: The Labour leader may have a serious image problem, but he also has brain, ideas and strong policies
Party condemns early end of government's £1bn Youth Contract, which offers subsidies to firms for each young person they hire