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Government slammed for ‘disappointing’ silence on compulsory domestic abuse lessons: 'It's time for action'
Domestic abuse

Government slammed for ‘disappointing’ silence on compulsory domestic abuse lessons: 'It's time for action'

Social Bite's Josh Littlejohn explains how his Edinburgh cafe 'made friends' with George Clooney
Josh Littlejohn in a blue shirt
Letter to My Younger Self

Social Bite's Josh Littlejohn explains how his Edinburgh cafe 'made friends' with George Clooney

Big Issue urges prime minister to protect renters with bold Rishi's Removals stunt
Big Issue launches End Housing Insecurity Now with Rishi Sunak removals van stunt
End Housing Insecurity Now

Big Issue urges prime minister to protect renters with bold Rishi's Removals stunt

These are the charities that collect furniture from your home to help those in need
charities that collect furniture
Activism

These are the charities that collect furniture from your home to help those in need

People with assistance dogs are being illegally discriminated against when trying to find a home
Kitto Haywood and Starry, their assistance dog
Housing

People with assistance dogs are being illegally discriminated against when trying to find a home

What I learnt as a volunteer for a Calais charity supporting refugees
A child's drawing of a person holding four balloons
Refugees

What I learnt as a volunteer for a Calais charity supporting refugees

Just Stop Oil: Everything you need to know about the fossil fuel protest group
Just Stop Oil
Just Stop Oil

Just Stop Oil: Everything you need to know about the fossil fuel protest group

Help us find Britain’s most expensive train tickets
train tickets
Activism

Help us find Britain’s most expensive train tickets

Philippe Moryoussef is on the run for a crime that might not exist. It's a scandal that leads back to the centre of the 2008 financial crisis
Graphic of Philippe Moryoussef and Rigged book cover on green background
Criminal justice

Philippe Moryoussef is on the run for a crime that might not exist. It's a scandal that leads back to the centre of the 2008 financial crisis

Wealth shared: How would you use £100,000 to make the world a better place?
Philanthropy

Wealth shared: How would you use £100,000 to make the world a better place?

How the Homeless World Cup saved a Sacramento footballer's life
Lisa Wrightson and her team mate Tiffany Fraser stand with their arms around each other, wearing Tshirts saying 'made at Sac state'
Homeless World Cup

How the Homeless World Cup saved a Sacramento footballer's life

Homeless World Cup: The home nations heading to Sacramento
A ball hits the back of the net in Mexico City
Homeless World Cup

Homeless World Cup: The home nations heading to Sacramento

Homeless World Cup: 20 years of transforming lives through football
Players celebrate with a trophy
Homeless World Cup

Homeless World Cup: 20 years of transforming lives through football

The accidental food bank: How youth clubs are becoming frontline services
Food banks

The accidental food bank: How youth clubs are becoming frontline services

Just Stop Oil threatened to disrupt Pride in London and have split opinion
Just Stop Oil
Activism

Just Stop Oil threatened to disrupt Pride in London and have split opinion

Free school meals for all would generate billions for the economy. Here's why
Free school meals illustration
Week of action

Free school meals for all would generate billions for the economy. Here's why

This Strictly Come Dancing super-fan has big dreams and wants to bust myths about Down's syndrome
Dance/ Strictly
Learning Disability Week

This Strictly Come Dancing super-fan has big dreams and wants to bust myths about Down's syndrome

Thousands march for abortion reform on Saturday following jail sentence for mother
A protester holds a 'My body, my choice' placard.
Activism

Thousands march for abortion reform on Saturday following jail sentence for mother

Pride marches, football matches, and vigils: The ordinary activities that could get caught up in the government’s new slow walking crackdown
London Pride 2019
Public Order Act

Pride marches, football matches, and vigils: The ordinary activities that could get caught up in the government’s new slow walking crackdown

Exclusive: UN slaps down Tory bid to criminalise ‘legitimate and important’ slow walking protests
Just Stop Oil
Activism

Exclusive: UN slaps down Tory bid to criminalise ‘legitimate and important’ slow walking protests