80 years on from the Beveridge Report, this is Britain’s new safety net
The Beveridge Report preceded the creation of the welfare state, designed to support people from cradle to grave. Today, it’s no longer the state protecting the vulnerable
Michael Gove takes left turn at the Conservative Party Conference
Gove was clearly moved after speaking to The Big Issue. He’s spent the Tory conference undermining Liz Truss and calling for universal free school meals, social housing and renters’ rights.
Ministers’ logic ‘difficult to comprehend’ as benefits hit 35-year low
Today’s 3.1 per cent benefits increase amounts to the single biggest real-terms cut in 50 years, poverty analysts warned