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Welfare specialists have contradicted claims that government reforms will simplify the benefits system. They said the reforms could make it more complicated.
Churches and church organisations have told the government that its welfare proposals fail to understand the plight of the poor.
The National Union of Students has condemned the violent actions of "rogue protestors" as undermining an otherwise peaceful tuition fees protest.
Scottish Greens have voted to reject the "deeply regressive cuts agenda", and to propose radical alternatives to the public at the Holyrood elections in May 2011.
A House of Lords Select Committee has heavily criticised the UK government over a bill that will allow ministers to slash funding for Welsh language television.
Students and academics have condemned plans to raise the cap on tuition fees to a “basic threshold” of £6,000 and an “absolute limit” of £9,000 a year.
A project that has successfully reduced reoffending rates among sex offenders may be hit hard by the government’s planned spending cuts.
The leader of the Green Party has welcomed the government's announcement of a universal state pension. But she said that the plans do not go far enough.
Plaid Cymru will today try to stop the Bill introducing Post Office privatisation. They aim to to prevent the government's "spiralling privatisation agenda".
Three major Free Churches say Chancellor George Osborne's inaccurate use of welfare fraud statistics in his Spending Review speech has stigmatised the poor.