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The value of South West England's overall pay packet has fallen by 10per cent since 2007, according to fresh TUC analysis as part of its latest campaign.
The report by the McKay Commission says that English-only laws should normally need backing by a majority of MPs representing English constituencies.
Spending cuts hitting the poorest in areas like North East England are “a profound sickness at the heart of our society,” a senior church leader says.
Some 75 civic organisations have joined together in a call for councils across England to use a new law to help tackle community decline.
The census figures on religion for England and Wales have been described as “challenging but not discouraging,” by the Methodist General Secretary.
Church leaders in the North East of England have warned the government that spending cuts and welfare changes are having a “scandalous” impact on communities in their region.
Elections for police and crime commissioners in England and Wales have been denounced as 'shambolic'. The Home Secretary is being asked to act urgently.
Children's Commissioner Maggie Atkinson has published a damning assessment of the impact of the Welfare Reform Bill on children's rights in England.
A leading UK campaign for democracy, rights and freedoms has welcomed the launch of a government commission to investigate the West Lothian Question.
There have been many thoughtful attempts to understand recent riots in England, says Savi Hensman. But unfortunately thinktank head and theologian Philip Blond’s parallel universe is not among them.