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Over the last few weeks, as the EU referendum has gathered pace, a question has appeared time and time again on my Facebook timeline.
Millions of workers across the UK rightly feel exploited.
It’s rare for me to give a standing ovation in a theatre. But on Wednesday I readily rose from my seat in the Royal Court Theatre to applaud six ex-soldiers from two sides of the same war.
The Children’s Commissioner has reported that many children who need mental health support are not receiving th
Watching the Queen’s Speech was like observing the behaviour of an absentee landlord
The term ‘armchair activists’ tends to be used in a rather pejorative way, implying that people who campaign through social media are not doing anything that has significance or impact in the real
Whatever our opinions on the European Union, whether we want to Leave or Remain, we should not be fooled into thinking that social justice depends on voting either way.
In the 2012 Welfare Reform Act, the government replaced Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with Personal Independence Payments (PIP).
I am not affiliated to any political party and have used my vote over the last thirty years to elect candidates for a number of different parties.
An interview with Stephen Crabb this morning gave a hint at potential future directions for the Depart
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