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Changemakers 2022: Refugees and asylum seekers
Changemakers 2022

Changemakers 2022: Refugees and asylum seekers

These are the Changemakers that dedicate time to protecting refugees and asylum seekers.

Changemakers 2022: Environment
Changemakers 2022

Changemakers 2022: Environment

Here are the Changemakers that have been doing their bit to protect the environment and start important conversations.

Changemakers 2022: Anti-poverty
Changemakers 2022

Changemakers 2022: Anti-poverty

The pandemic has only made the fight against poverty harder, but there are people and campaigns dedicated to tackling this problem.

Second homes tax loophole to close as Airbnbs surge in staycation hotspots
Housing

Second homes tax loophole to close as Airbnbs surge in staycation hotspots

Who could replace Boris Johnson as prime minister?
Politics

Who could replace Boris Johnson as prime minister?

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The UK could be 2.6 million workers short by 2030
Employment

The UK could be 2.6 million workers short by 2030

Afghans face ‘lottery’ for UK resettlement – with no dates set for further evacuations
Afghan refugees

Afghans face ‘lottery’ for UK resettlement – with no dates set for further evacuations

‘I thought it was a work event’: Memes mock Boris Johnson’s PMQs performance
PArtygate

‘I thought it was a work event’: Memes mock Boris Johnson’s PMQs performance

Kill the Bill protests taking place across the country ahead of votes on Policing Bill
Activism

Kill the Bill protests taking place across the country ahead of votes on Policing Bill

Why is the UK’s air so polluted – and how can we fix the problem?
Air pollution

Why is the UK’s air so polluted – and how can we fix the problem?

Will Boris Johnson resign?
Partygate

Will Boris Johnson resign?

Changemakers 2022: Social Justice
Changemakers 2022

Changemakers 2022: Social Justice

MPs win fight to make disability benefits research public after DWP refusal
welfare system

MPs win fight to make disability benefits research public after DWP refusal

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Jonathan Van-Tam is stepping down – so here are his best Covid analogies
Covid-19

Jonathan Van-Tam is stepping down – so here are his best Covid analogies

Tory MP on Women and Equalities Committee calls ethnicity pay gap ‘meaningless’
Ethnicity pay gap

Tory MP on Women and Equalities Committee calls ethnicity pay gap ‘meaningless’

The pioneering university project helping homeless people get degrees
Homelessness

The pioneering university project helping homeless people get degrees

England’s polluted rivers are breeding drug-resistant diseases
River pollution

England’s polluted rivers are breeding drug-resistant diseases

Insulate Britain ‘won’t be returning to the roads’ suggests activist released from prison
Insulate Britain

Insulate Britain ‘won’t be returning to the roads’ suggests activist released from prison

Why England’s rivers are so polluted – and what you can do about it
Pollution

Why England’s rivers are so polluted – and what you can do about it

‘He is alone on this one’: Fury at Boris Johnson excuses after PMQs showdown
partygate

‘He is alone on this one’: Fury at Boris Johnson excuses after PMQs showdown

Government ‘VIP’ lane for PPE companies was ‘unlawful’
Covid-19

Government ‘VIP’ lane for PPE companies was ‘unlawful’

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Changemakers 2022: Digital inclusion
Changemakers 2022

Changemakers 2022: Digital inclusion

How London Early Years Foundation has supported children and families through the pandemic
Changemakers 2022

How London Early Years Foundation has supported children and families through the pandemic

Boris Johnson says sorry – and that he didn’t realise Downing Street party was a party
Partygate

Boris Johnson says sorry – and that he didn’t realise Downing Street party was a party

Social housing tenant hospitalised after ceiling collapses on her head
Social housing

Social housing tenant hospitalised after ceiling collapses on her head

UK government taken to court over ‘imaginary’ climate policies
Net zero

UK government taken to court over ‘imaginary’ climate policies

Half of young people don’t believe they’ll ever be able to retire comfortably
cost of living crisis

Half of young people don’t believe they’ll ever be able to retire comfortably

Changemakers 2022: Education
Changemakers 2022

Changemakers 2022: Education

The very worst of Ovo Energy’s ‘embarrassing’ tips for keeping warm this winter
News

The very worst of Ovo Energy’s ‘embarrassing’ tips for keeping warm this winter

Changemakers 2022: Prison System
Changemakers 2022

Changemakers 2022: Prison System

Healthcare union blasts ‘inexcusable’ No.10 BYOB party as Boris Johnson dodges scrutiny
News

Healthcare union blasts ‘inexcusable’ No.10 BYOB party as Boris Johnson dodges scrutiny

Government branded ‘disgrace’ after bid to strengthen Sarah Everard inquiry voted down at 12.30am
Politics

Government branded ‘disgrace’ after bid to strengthen Sarah Everard inquiry voted down at 12.30am

The Met Police is being sued for not investigating a Downing Street Christmas party
Partygate

The Met Police is being sued for not investigating a Downing Street Christmas party