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Facebook is facing massive pressure from campaigners, civil liberties activists and journalists tonight after suspending a series of UK 'political' accounts.
Disability campaigners have welcomed a landmark court victory by four residents over Birmingham City Council's attempt to cut their services.
'Big Society' rhetoric is toothless and may be used to wash ministerial hands of responsibility for the impact of cuts, the Archbishop of Westminster has said.
A union's calculations suggest the poorest students will see their debts rise the most due to the coalition government’s new student support system.
A campaign has been launched to defend the "Fortnum & Mason 145" - the people who were arrested last month after peaceful direct action in central London.
A demonstration outside the Treasury has called for cuts in military spending, including subsidies for the arms trade, at a time when other areas face severe cutbacks.
Methodist Council has heard that while the Government speaks of a 'Big Society', the poorest in society are losing out most from public spending cuts.
A Conservative councillor has been accused of insulting his own constituents after describing a debate on local cuts as a “complete waste of time”.
TUC general secretary Brendan Barber used his visit to the University of the West of England to set out a full alternative to government cuts and austerity.
Following a speech by Business Secretary Vince Cable, the University and College Union has said that ministers are "in disarray" about higher education funding.