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.
The Church of England could decide as early as July whether to appoint women bishops, but pockets of opposition remain.Read the full story ›
ITV News has learned that the government will announce plans to tackle female genital mutilation in Britain.Read the full story ›
We've learnt a great deal looking at the cases in Oxford and Rochdale and the way that vulnerable women endure giving evidence and Britain has introduced shorter time in the witness box and allowed evidence via videolink.
There is progress, but, campaigners are saying to me tonight, not enough.
Judges and prosecutors need to have special training in these cases and that does not yet extend to defence barristers.
All of this is being driven by a wider cultural change about the way witnesses are seen in cases like this.