social justice

Levelling up: Government delays plans to fix ‘worst regional inequalities in developed world’
Levelling up

Levelling up: Government delays plans to fix ‘worst regional inequalities in developed world’

Plans outlining what levelling up really means won’t be published until next year, the government has confirmed.

Food banks are giving out almost 2,000 emergency parcels to children every day
Food banks

Food banks are giving out almost 2,000 emergency parcels to children every day

The Trussell Trust gave over 350,000 emergency food parcels to children between April and September this year. Labour has called the figures a ‘disgrace’.

UK trans mutual aid funds to donate to or get support from
LGBTQ+

UK trans mutual aid funds to donate to or get support from

Take action against transphobia by donating to mutual aid funds and support groups this Trans Day of Remembrance.

Kanye West wants to create a Universal Basic Income by selling shares in himself
News

Kanye West wants to create a Universal Basic Income by selling shares in himself

Why is the husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe on a hunger strike?
Politics

Why is the husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe on a hunger strike?

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4 things to remember from the damning review of the UK’s Covid response
Politics

4 things to remember from the damning review of the UK’s Covid response

Big Issue launches media training scheme for young people from underrepresented backgrounds
News

Big Issue launches media training scheme for young people from underrepresented backgrounds

Young asylum seekers deserve a voice in deciding the UK’s future
Opinion

Young asylum seekers deserve a voice in deciding the UK’s future

“We have a voice and we demand it to be heard”
Social Justice

“We have a voice and we demand it to be heard”

“This is in memory of my dad”
Opinion

“This is in memory of my dad”

How churches are in the vanguard of the struggle to defeat poverty
Opinion

How churches are in the vanguard of the struggle to defeat poverty

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