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'I miss home so much': Ukrainian refugee on life in UK two years into Russia's bloody war
Ukrainian refugee Luba Bilko, who fled her home near Kyiv in February 2022
Russia-Ukraine war

'I miss home so much': Ukrainian refugee on life in UK two years into Russia's bloody war

Luba Bilko endured a gruelling journey to get to the UK. Now she dreams of a return home
UK energy bills to fall – but millions still live in dangerously cold and damp homes
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Energy bills

UK energy bills to fall – but millions still live in dangerously cold and damp homes

'Care sector is on its knees': How Tory crackdown on overseas care workers will fuel exploitation
Immigration

'Care sector is on its knees': How Tory crackdown on overseas care workers will fuel exploitation

More than half of people on universal credit going without food because they can't afford it
Food banks

More than half of people on universal credit going without food because they can't afford it

'An amazing U-turn': Home Office drops bid to allow asylum seekers to live in unsafe housing
Immigration

'An amazing U-turn': Home Office drops bid to allow asylum seekers to live in unsafe housing

Prince William to build social housing in his back garden to help end homelessness
Prince William launches Homewards
Homelessness

Prince William to build social housing in his back garden to help end homelessness

Inside the Big Issue: The filth and fury of Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley
Inside the Big Issue

Inside the Big Issue: The filth and fury of Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley

'It's awkward and stressful': Number of young people needing help with money doubles
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Money

'It's awkward and stressful': Number of young people needing help with money doubles

Breathtaking and The Way: These are the next Mr Bates-style TV dramas poised to shake-up Britain
Toby Jones in Mr Bates vs The Post Office, Joanne Froggatt in Breathtaking and Callum Scott-Howells and Maja Laskowska in The Way.
TV

Breathtaking and The Way: These are the next Mr Bates-style TV dramas poised to shake-up Britain

UK recession is 'devastating' for people living in poverty who have 'nothing left to cut back'
recession
Recession

UK recession is 'devastating' for people living in poverty who have 'nothing left to cut back'

Jobcentre work coach driven to suicide attempt by 'bullying' culture at DWP: 'I felt worthless'
jobcentre
Department for Work and Pensions

Jobcentre work coach driven to suicide attempt by 'bullying' culture at DWP: 'I felt worthless'

Housing legal aid ‘on brink of collapse’, experts warn
legal aid protest
Justice

Housing legal aid ‘on brink of collapse’, experts warn

Renters in Scotland face 'tidal wave of evictions' as rent cap and eviction ban comes to an end
Scottish renters want Patrick Harvie and other ministers to take action to protect them from end of the rent cap
RENTING

Renters in Scotland face 'tidal wave of evictions' as rent cap and eviction ban comes to an end

Council house tenants fear eviction after energy bills skyrocket by 350%: 'It's completely unfair'
council house residents fear eviction over energy bills surge
Cost of living crisis

Council house tenants fear eviction after energy bills skyrocket by 350%: 'It's completely unfair'

No-fault evictions will be banned by next election, Michael Gove promises: 'We will have outlawed it'
Michael Gove promises no-fault evictions will be banned by general election
RENTING

No-fault evictions will be banned by next election, Michael Gove promises: 'We will have outlawed it'

Councils need millions to prevent bankruptcy due to rising cost of homelessness: 'It's a national crisis'
Eastbourne pier homelessness
Homelessness

Councils need millions to prevent bankruptcy due to rising cost of homelessness: 'It's a national crisis'

Inside the Big Issue: Bob Marley and me
Inside the Big Issue

Inside the Big Issue: Bob Marley and me

UK government doesn't yet know how legal aid cuts have hurt other public services
legal aid spending
Justice

UK government doesn't yet know how legal aid cuts have hurt other public services

Cost of living crisis sees more and more children seeking mental health help: 'I feel like a burden'
children
Mental health

Cost of living crisis sees more and more children seeking mental health help: 'I feel like a burden'

Missed dental appointments and hours-long freezing walks: Why asylum seekers need free bus travel
asylum seekers
Transport

Missed dental appointments and hours-long freezing walks: Why asylum seekers need free bus travel

Tens of thousands call on DWP to reinstate 'lifeline' cost of living payment for disabled people
thomas howard campaigning for the disability cost of living payment
Disabilities

Tens of thousands call on DWP to reinstate 'lifeline' cost of living payment for disabled people

Surge in number of no-fault evictions, figures show: 'How are renters expected to live like this?'
renters groups campaign for Renters Reform Bill to scrap no-fault evictions
Renting

Surge in number of no-fault evictions, figures show: 'How are renters expected to live like this?'

How viral Wetherspoons game is helping feed hungry homeless people: 'Everyone wants to help'
Wetherspoons game to help homeless people
Homelessness

How viral Wetherspoons game is helping feed hungry homeless people: 'Everyone wants to help'

UK is 'failing' children as death rates rise, poverty surges and health declines at 'alarming' rate
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Child poverty

UK is 'failing' children as death rates rise, poverty surges and health declines at 'alarming' rate

Homelessness at heart of councils' £4bn funding black hole, MPs warn: 'It's an out-of-control crisis'
Centre for Homelessness Impact Brian
Homelessness

Homelessness at heart of councils' £4bn funding black hole, MPs warn: 'It's an out-of-control crisis'