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With schools facing funding cuts, parents across the country are being asked to make a financial contribution to make up the shortfall.
Was it a good Budget? A significant Budget? Steady as we go, or radical change? I'm not sure it was any of those things.
In Matthew’s Gospel (20: 1-15) the parable of the workers in the vineyard culminates in the famous phrase, “So the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
Last week an Upper Tribunal ruling clarified the law, making it clear that people suffering from mental illness and who meet the criteria are entitled to a Personal Independence Payment (PIP).
This is a unique opportunity to
There can be few things more devastating than to be diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND
Welfare reform policies, almost without exception, have been based on false assumptions, policy-based evidence, and an astounding ignorance of the lives that will be affected by such reforms.
As we watch the Trump White House in horrified fascination, are we in danger of tolerating similar attitudes and policies from our own government simply because they are expressed in a more subtle
When making cuts to social security benefits the government’s approach has been to blame the poor for their own poverty.
In 2013 Sir Michael Marmot warned that Britain faced a
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The UK has licensed over £3.3 billion of arms to Saudi Arabia since the beginning of a bombing campaign intended to influence the outcome of the...
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