Will the pandemic kill the selfish I?

As we lock ourselves down to protect the NHS and save lives, there has been a huge focus on supporting the isolated and vulnerable. Across the UK, a wide range of support groups and community groups have...

Modern slavery: statutory guidance

The Home Office has published statutory guidance for England and Wales describing the signs that someone may be a victim of modern slavery, the support available to victims, and the process for determining...

Why Ralph McTell has updated his hit Streets of London for coronavirus era

Why Ralph McTell has updated his hit Streets of London for coronavirus era Watch Ralph McTell perform the new verse to his hit 70s song Streets of London It began with a conversation between a foreign...

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Modern slavery: statutory guidance

The Home Office has published statutory guidance for England and Wales describing the signs that someone may be a victim of modern slavery, the support available to victims, and the process for determining whether someone is a victim. The guidance...

Health inequalities in childhood

The Children’s Commissioner for England has published a paper highlighting the main inequalities in child health in England, and calls for more focus on the health inequalities in early childhood that manifest before a child starts school. Key...

The never-ending prison sentences

A spate of deaths of people serving indeterminate prison sentences has led to calls for such sentences to be revoked. The Guardian’s Jamie Grierson investigates. 
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