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'Wine time Fridays', 'excessive drinking' and leaving via the back door: The Sue Gray report is out
Partygate

'Wine time Fridays', 'excessive drinking' and leaving via the back door: The Sue Gray report is out

End of controversial privatisation deal sees 4,000 social homes brought back under council control
Social housing

End of controversial privatisation deal sees 4,000 social homes brought back under council control

Families denied welfare due to immigration rules can now apply for free school meals
Free School Meals

Families denied welfare due to immigration rules can now apply for free school meals

Sadiq Khan demands improvements to London's social homes with 1 in 7 not meeting basic standards
Social housing

Sadiq Khan demands improvements to London's social homes with 1 in 7 not meeting basic standards

Prisoners to be offered apprenticeships for the first time
Prison system

Prisoners to be offered apprenticeships for the first time

Anti-gentrification campaigners see off developers to protect historic market street
Gentrification

Anti-gentrification campaigners see off developers to protect historic market street

UK's first Black bookshop hopes crowdfunder will save it from closure
News

UK's first Black bookshop hopes crowdfunder will save it from closure

Boris Johnson says 'stop playing politics' over Downing Street Christmas party
Partygate

Boris Johnson says 'stop playing politics' over Downing Street Christmas party

Robert Jenrick's 'unlawful' approval of Tory donor's £1bn development is reversed
Housing

Robert Jenrick's 'unlawful' approval of Tory donor's £1bn development is reversed

'Noel Gallagher was mega hungover and Will.i.am kept walking off' - The stories behind Big Issue photoshoots
Big Issue cover stars

'Noel Gallagher was mega hungover and Will.i.am kept walking off' - The stories behind Big Issue photoshoots

Windrush compensation scheme should be independent as victims fear Home Office, experts say
Windrush

Windrush compensation scheme should be independent as victims fear Home Office, experts say

Police officers admit taking and sharing photos of bodies of murdered sisters
Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry. Image: Met Police
News

Police officers admit taking and sharing photos of bodies of murdered sisters