DEMAND AN END TO POVERTY THIS GENERAL ELECTION
TAKE ACTION

Opinion

Purists might baulk, but Sam Smith headlining BBC Proms opens a pathway to classical music
Sam Smith arrives for the 2023 BRIT Awards ceremony at The O2 arena in London. Image: Andy Rain/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
Claire Jackson

Purists might baulk, but Sam Smith headlining BBC Proms opens a pathway to classical music

We need more women MPs – but we can't just expect women to stand for election. We must act
Lyanne Nicholl

We need more women MPs – but we can't just expect women to stand for election. We must act

Poverty prevention is our best hope. Here's some tangible ways to keep people warm, dry and fed
Tom Clark

Poverty prevention is our best hope. Here's some tangible ways to keep people warm, dry and fed

If Rishi Sunak is so keen on our national identity, why is this British icon up for sale?
Paul McNamee

If Rishi Sunak is so keen on our national identity, why is this British icon up for sale?

Stacey Solomon is not afraid of having a go. She even makes DIY look easy
Lucy Sweet

Stacey Solomon is not afraid of having a go. She even makes DIY look easy

How the Northern Ballet's empty orchestra pit perfectly sums up UK's arts crisis 
Naomi Pohl

How the Northern Ballet's empty orchestra pit perfectly sums up UK's arts crisis 

Tories won't let the UN investigate rise of food banks in UK. Labour must welcome them
Philip Alston UN investigates poverty, food poverty and food banks
Alex Firth

Tories won't let the UN investigate rise of food banks in UK. Labour must welcome them

Sunak and the DWP are trying to push people back to work. We think there's a better way
Katy Wright

Sunak and the DWP are trying to push people back to work. We think there's a better way

Moving our bodies is good for our mental health, so what's stopping us?
moving mental health
Oliver Chantler

Moving our bodies is good for our mental health, so what's stopping us?

Dear Rishi Sunak – we can see sick notes falling without the need to limit benefits. Here's how
Side profile shot of prime minister Rishi Sunak chairing a meeting
Danyal Sattar

Dear Rishi Sunak – we can see sick notes falling without the need to limit benefits. Here's how

Why we need a safe, competent pair of hands for our political challenges
Paul McNamee

Why we need a safe, competent pair of hands for our political challenges

Poverty eats away at all it touches – it must be dug out at its roots
The Criminal Justice Bill could be set to criminalise homelessness and rough sleeping
John Bird

Poverty eats away at all it touches – it must be dug out at its roots

Tories seem to think pandering to the extreme right is a vote-winner. But where's the evidence?
Adam Barnett

Tories seem to think pandering to the extreme right is a vote-winner. But where's the evidence?

Why it's time for Conservative animal rights advocates to step up and be counted
David Holroyd

Why it's time for Conservative animal rights advocates to step up and be counted

How puzzles became the nourishing distraction that helps me face the day
A crossword puzzle makes for a good start for the day
Sam Delaney

How puzzles became the nourishing distraction that helps me face the day

Why Sunak's benefit cuts and crackdown on 'sick note culture' harms children like my daughter
Prime minister Rishi Sunak in a white shirt sat at his desk in front of a Union Jack flag
Izzy G

Why Sunak's benefit cuts and crackdown on 'sick note culture' harms children like my daughter

Humanity is a bigger threat to the planet than any asteroid
Steven MacKenzie

Humanity is a bigger threat to the planet than any asteroid

Disabled renters need protection – and the Tories' watered-down renter reforms don't deliver it
spring budget/ disabled people
Nadia Whittome

Disabled renters need protection – and the Tories' watered-down renter reforms don't deliver it

Britain has a serious money problem. Financial literacy must be taught in primary schools
John Asthana Gibson

Britain has a serious money problem. Financial literacy must be taught in primary schools

Whoever is named London mayor has a big job ahead of them to eradicate rough sleeping
Sadiq Khan on rough sleeping in London
Alexia Murphy

Whoever is named London mayor has a big job ahead of them to eradicate rough sleeping