Inequality

A basic income 'could cut poverty to its lowest point in decades'
basic income
Basic income

A basic income 'could cut poverty to its lowest point in decades'

Why does inflation hit poorer people harder?
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Inflation

Why does inflation hit poorer people harder?

Jake Daniels’ coming out is a ‘huge step forward’ but abuse remains an issue, say LGBTQ+ fans
Homophobia

Jake Daniels’ coming out is a ‘huge step forward’ but abuse remains an issue, say LGBTQ+ fans

1 in 10 people in Wales have no access to public transport
Image of a bus to Holywell.
Public transport

1 in 10 people in Wales have no access to public transport

The left’s blind spot: London and regional inequality
Sam Bright

The left’s blind spot: London and regional inequality

Careers advice is pushing young people into jobs based off their parents' wealth, think tank warns
careers advice
Education

Careers advice is pushing young people into jobs based off their parents' wealth, think tank warns

How the Office for National Statistics is changing to make data more inclusive
statistics in the UK
Ian Diamond

How the Office for National Statistics is changing to make data more inclusive

10 things you should know about the government's new race equality strategy
Race equality

10 things you should know about the government's new race equality strategy

'Some children haven't learnt to crawl': New report reveals impact of pandemic on society
Covid-19

'Some children haven't learnt to crawl': New report reveals impact of pandemic on society

Fresh calls to ban zero hour contracts as a third of workers are given just days’ notice of shifts
A higher proportion of UK employees work at night now than has ever been recorded
Zero hour contracts

Fresh calls to ban zero hour contracts as a third of workers are given just days’ notice of shifts

Plans to restrict student loans by GCSE grades labelled an ‘attack on the working class’
Education

Plans to restrict student loans by GCSE grades labelled an ‘attack on the working class’

Institutional racism to blame for South Asian workers missing out on sick pay, report finds
Employment

Institutional racism to blame for South Asian workers missing out on sick pay, report finds

MPs want large companies to report their ethnicity pay gap figures
Ethnicity pay gap

MPs want large companies to report their ethnicity pay gap figures

Levelling up: Government ‘recycling old policies’ to distract from Partygate, says Labour
levelling up
Levelling Up

Levelling up: Government ‘recycling old policies’ to distract from Partygate, says Labour

Government has made 'scant progress' towards gender equality in Westminster
Gender Equality

Government has made 'scant progress' towards gender equality in Westminster

MPs vote through ‘deeply depressing’ voter ID laws
voter id
Elections

MPs vote through ‘deeply depressing’ voter ID laws

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’

Influencer Molly Mae slammed for 'Thatcherite' comments on poverty and privilege
Molly Mae Hague made the comments on YouTube series 'Diary of a CEO'
Inequality

Influencer Molly Mae slammed for 'Thatcherite' comments on poverty and privilege

Pandemic effect on deprived children's health could last into adulthood
children's health
health inequality

Pandemic effect on deprived children's health could last into adulthood

Disabled workers paid £3,458 less per year than non-disabled colleagues, research finds
A woman in a wheelchair sits by a reception desk while talking to a
Employment

Disabled workers paid £3,458 less per year than non-disabled colleagues, research finds