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Breaking Down Barriers: How Big Issue and Specsavers are Making Eye Care Accessible for Homeless Vendors
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Breaking Down Barriers: How Big Issue and Specsavers are Making Eye Care Accessible for Homeless Vendors

Change to 'alcohol-free' drinks 'could improve nation's health' – but it's 'not enough on its own'
Health

Change to 'alcohol-free' drinks 'could improve nation's health' – but it's 'not enough on its own'

GPs ‘struggling to treat homeless people’, study finds
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Homelessness

GPs ‘struggling to treat homeless people’, study finds

To bank on a better future, start with moving your money somewhere ethical and green
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Banking

To bank on a better future, start with moving your money somewhere ethical and green

Citroën in the city: can an EV work for a family in a terraced house?
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Citroën in the city: can an EV work for a family in a terraced house?

Shoppers are being forced to show receipts before leaving the store amid cost of living crisis
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Shoppers are being forced to show receipts before leaving the store amid cost of living crisis

Cost of living crisis sparks troubling rise in malnutrition and return of 'Victorian' diseases
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Cost of living crisis

Cost of living crisis sparks troubling rise in malnutrition and return of 'Victorian' diseases

Education agents: Inside the murky and 'unchecked' £500m industry changing shape of UK universities
Education

Education agents: Inside the murky and 'unchecked' £500m industry changing shape of UK universities

Big Issue founder Lord Bird shares his remarkable journey for wellbeing app Soaak
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John Bird

Big Issue founder Lord Bird shares his remarkable journey for wellbeing app Soaak

The 'deeply worrying' and unstoppable rise of supermarket loyalty cards
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Supermarkets

The 'deeply worrying' and unstoppable rise of supermarket loyalty cards

‘They're playing the long game’: Why Lidl took a £76m loss amid supermarket price war
Lidl
Food

‘They're playing the long game’: Why Lidl took a £76m loss amid supermarket price war

A better blueprint: tackling the housing crisis holistically
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A better blueprint: tackling the housing crisis holistically

Funding cuts in music education will destroy our cultural landscape
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Education

Funding cuts in music education will destroy our cultural landscape

Student loans: This generation is getting a raw deal
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Education

Student loans: This generation is getting a raw deal

Are qualifications from British schools fit for purpose?
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Education

Are qualifications from British schools fit for purpose?

What will AI mean for education?
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Education

What will AI mean for education?

'We are paying for something we didn't get': The students taking their universities to court
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Education

'We are paying for something we didn't get': The students taking their universities to court

EVs like to be beside the seaside: coast-to-coast in an electric car
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EVs like to be beside the seaside: coast-to-coast in an electric car

Community vision: bringing eye care to the people who need it most
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Community vision: bringing eye care to the people who need it most

‘Heatflation’: Heatwaves could drive up food prices – but scientists are working on a solution
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Heatflation

‘Heatflation’: Heatwaves could drive up food prices – but scientists are working on a solution