Charities have been lining up to criticise the Budget, whilst the government continue with their rhetoric on 'takers' and 'givers'.Read the full story ›
Despite an increase in the minimum wage some 5.3 million people are paid less than the Living Wage, according to research by KPMG.Read the full story ›
Figures obtained by ITV News have revealed around 100 disability claimants a week are losing their car benefit.Read the full story ›
A serious case review into the exploitation of young people in Oxford has documented a catalogue of failures by police and social services.Read the full story ›
A Freedom of Information request by ITV News has uncovered the shocking number of child abuse cases being reported to the authorities.Read the full story ›
There is a determination to cut the shocking numbers of "avoidable" deaths in custody of mentally ill people.Read the full story ›
When I spoke to one of the Rotherham abuse victims this evening I asked whether she felt any safer now after today's developments.
She replied: "Safer, but not safe enough".
Six Whitehall-appointed commissioners will come to Rotherham to effectively run the council.
Westminster expect there to be local elections in 2016 when the people of this town will be given a chance to elect people they trust.
But this affair is far from over - the National Crime Agency has said today there may be grounds for criminal investigations, possibly against a police officer and two councillors.
ITV News hears the remarkable story of a Holocaust survivor who went on to marry the British soldier who liberated her from Bergen-Belsen.Read the full story ›
Figures obtained from Department of Work and Pensions suggest some welfare reforms aren't hitting 'scroungers' but the most vulnerable.Read the full story ›