Figures obtained from Department of Work and Pensions suggest some welfare reforms aren't hitting 'scroungers' but the most vulnerable.Read the full story ›
George Bowen, 87, has been occupying a bed at a Birmingham hospital for 45 days because no care was available for him at home.Read the full story ›
Head of the charity which runs most of UK's foodbanks says there needs to be a plan to help low income families share in economic recovery.Read the full story ›
News the Trussell Trust is feeding three times more people than it did last year has thrust it once again onto the political centre stage.Read the full story ›
Today's Trussel Trust figures are proof that the government is in breach of human rights law says a group of leading charities, claiming that they can prove thousands of families are without easy access to food.
Labour calls the tripling of need, as revealed by the figures , the shocking reality of the cost of living crisis under David Cameron.
A serious case review finds it is likely the murder of an 11-month-old baby could have been prevented.Read the full story ›
FGM prosecutions are long overdue according to activists whose campaign to stamp out this child abuse is beginning to reap dividends.Read the full story ›
Extension of grant to small businesses to support 100,000 new apprenticeships. Degree level apprenticeships also to be founded.
We growing faster than Germany USA and Japan boasts Osborne.