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Scotland’s poorest households are paying £1,300 a year more than their wealthier neighbours for everyday goods and services.
So this is where I am today, Friday morning, having spent the night at the Hackney Autumn Night Shelter. My fellow overnight volunteer and I divide the hours into two shifts.
Responding to yesterday's Autumn Statement, a leading charity says that George Osborne is still not taking child overly seriously.
Poor Brazilian farmers have won a David v Goliath battle to be exempted from huge tax demands for land where they have lived and worked for over a century.
25 November is again designated 'White Ribbon Day' by Men Working Against Violence Against Women this year.
A row over a tweet shows deep differences of understanding among people in the UK. Those who live in the same society can make very different assumptions and effort can be needed to bridge the gap.
Sitting Rochester and Strood MP Mark Reckless held on to his seat in a by-election after defecting to the UK Independence Party, though with a much-reduced majority.
The Methodist Church has launched a series of mental health resources following concerns that not enough was being done to help young people with mental health issues.
Christian Aid, in partnership with the UN Development Programme, will distribute essential household items to Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone this week.
The Christian Funders’ Forum is to launch their first Christian social action awards ceremony, celebrating projects implemented by churches and Christian organisations.