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.
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.
A serious case review finds it is likely the murder of an 11-month-old baby could have been prevented.
FGM prosecutions are long overdue according to activists whose campaign to stamp out this child abuse is beginning to reap dividends.
The Church of England could decide as early as July whether to appoint women bishops, but pockets of opposition remain.
ITV News has learned that the government will announce plans to tackle female genital mutilation in Britain.
2013 has shown a number of serious failures in care across the social care sectors. Heartbreak can give way to hope if lessons are learned.
Schools are having to work to help pupils who do not speak English natively - they insist they are adapting, but some locals are worried.
These reports set out a chronic and larger problem within society affecting us all: The damaging and widely held views about women and sex.
The search engines have stepped up to the plate - their reforms will help remove video child abuse content more quickly and comprehensively.