Bus drivers must now pressure passengers to make room in ruling described by Doug Paulley as ‘significant cultural change’.
Dossier indicates drive to increase adoptions is punitive for low-income families and alternatives exist.
Homeless people in the UK are regularly subjected to cruel and callous treatment and are 15 times more likely to have suffered verbal abuse.
Watchdog says tax officials increased commission paid to outsourcing firm Concentrix despite evidence of failure.
Those who lose homes in capital may increasingly be rehoused outside London as local authorities struggle with cuts.
Improvements include the option to have payments made direct to landlords and the option of twice monthly payments.
The UK Government has revealed some of the worst excuses given by employers for underpaying staff the National Minimum Wage.
TUC says weak wage growth and higher inflation could leave even more families struggling with debt.
Scottish Social Security Minister says plans to limit child tax credit to two children "will further punish families that are already struggling".
UK Government urged to clarify whether a mobility car scheme will be extended to more disabled people on disability benefits.
Morale among NHS staff has hit "rock bottom", with less than 1 in 4 saying they would recommend it as a great place to work.
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Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard says government’s pledge to guarantee access to family doctors at weekends is unrealistic.
Zero-hours contract workers face a ‘precarious pay penalty’ of £1,000 a year, new analysis suggests.
Thousands of people in Scotland are missing out on vital financial support, as more than £2bn in social security benefits remains unclaimed every year.
Former Labour health secretary says redistribution of the new homes bonus means less money for some local authorities.
Children’s commissioner calls for local authorities to help more young people who care for sick, disabled or addicted relatives.
Demand for food parcels expected to rise by up to 53% in December 2016.
MPs and charities say political focus on reducing level of child poverty in UK has been lost as team is merged into Department for Work and Pensions.
Lack of housing lawyers has led to fall in number of challenges to evictions at time of record repossessions in rental market.