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Brits are facing the biggest drop in real-terms income since the 1970s
cost of living crisis

Brits are facing the biggest drop in real-terms income since the 1970s

Climate activists have deflated hundreds of SUV tyres in affluent areas across the UK
Climate Activism

Climate activists have deflated hundreds of SUV tyres in affluent areas across the UK

Strikes are taking place across the UK for International Women’s Day – here’s why
International Women’s Day

Strikes are taking place across the UK for International Women’s Day – here’s why

Climate activists and celebrities team up for #CodeRedActNow anti-fossil fuel campaign
Climate crisis

Climate activists and celebrities team up for #CodeRedActNow anti-fossil fuel campaign

Sarah Everard: A ‘Walk Her Home’ march is taking place at Clapham Common
Violence Against Women

Sarah Everard: A ‘Walk Her Home’ march is taking place at Clapham Common

Quarter of social housing tenants can’t afford upcoming rent rise, survey finds
Social Housing

Quarter of social housing tenants can’t afford upcoming rent rise, survey finds

Employee rights in the UK 2022: Everything you need to know
Know your rights

Employee rights in the UK 2022: Everything you need to know

These are the four types of career switchers – which are you?
Jobs advice

These are the four types of career switchers – which are you?

The government vowed to tackle misogyny in schools. Teachers say little has changed
Violence Against Women

The government vowed to tackle misogyny in schools. Teachers say little has changed

‘We just don’t want Europe to leave us in this terrible situation’: The view from the ground in Ukraine
Ukraine Invasion

‘We just don’t want Europe to leave us in this terrible situation’: The view from the ground in Ukraine

MPs say the government has shown no ‘real intention’ of hitting its net zero target
Climate crisis

MPs say the government has shown no ‘real intention’ of hitting its net zero target

Government ignores scientific advice to approve bee-harming pesticide
Biodiversity

Government ignores scientific advice to approve bee-harming pesticide

Most farmers have no confidence in post-Brexit agricultural policy
Farming

Most farmers have no confidence in post-Brexit agricultural policy

Here’s how you can waste less food and help save the planet
Food waste

Here’s how you can waste less food and help save the planet

Six million poorly insulated homes to face £320 ‘surcharge’ from April
Cost of living crisis

Six million poorly insulated homes to face £320 ‘surcharge’ from April

Why does the UK have a housing crisis?
Housing

Why does the UK have a housing crisis?

How many empty homes are there in the UK?
Housing

How many empty homes are there in the UK?

Nearly half of London businesses at risk of flash flooding, new research shows
Flooding

Nearly half of London businesses at risk of flash flooding, new research shows

World running out of time to adapt to climate change, IPCC warns
Climate crisis

World running out of time to adapt to climate change, IPCC warns

How can the UK adapt to climate change – and how much progress has been made?
Climate change

How can the UK adapt to climate change – and how much progress has been made?

Robert Jenrick: Conservatives got it ‘wrong’ on rough sleeping
Homelessness

Robert Jenrick: Conservatives got it ‘wrong’ on rough sleeping

The unexplored relationship between Black history and the River Thames
Black British history

The unexplored relationship between Black history and the River Thames

Brits told to brace for ‘cost of living crisis driven by war’ as violence unfolds in Ukraine
cost of living crisis

Brits told to brace for ‘cost of living crisis driven by war’ as violence unfolds in Ukraine

Stats watchdog again warns Boris Johnson to stop misleading parliament over employment figures
Fact check

Stats watchdog again warns Boris Johnson to stop misleading parliament over employment figures

Government climate advisers urge ‘presumption against’ new oil and gas drilling
Fossil fuels

Government climate advisers urge ‘presumption against’ new oil and gas drilling

We know how to end rough sleeping – now we must grasp the opportunity to do it
Steve Douglas

We know how to end rough sleeping – now we must grasp the opportunity to do it

Reclaiming the Future
Big Issue Invest

Reclaiming the Future

The number of people sleeping rough in England falls for the fourth straight year
Rough sleeping

The number of people sleeping rough in England falls for the fourth straight year

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