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.
James Harrison died just ten months later.
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.
LibDem leader Tim Farron said the exorbitant cost of PIP assessments "adds to the suspicion that these companies are just driven by a profit motive".
Labour leader says 'no one should be on the streets' in the sixth biggest economy in the world.
Labour’s John Healey says figures undermine government’s claim to protect society’s most vulnerable.
TUC blasts “scrooge-like” public sector pay cap, as research reveals emergency workers annual wages have dropped by up to £3,300.
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.
MPs "unable to find consistent evidence" to prove the Troubled Families Programme has had any significant impact.
The Labour leader has written to Theresa May, calling for "urgent talks" to address a deepening crisis in adult social care.
Opposition plans to expand charity-run Clearing House scheme to tackle ‘rapidly rising’ problem of rough sleeping.
John McDonnell sets out measures in bid to attract over-65s, who turned away from party in 2015 election.
Why should the public be made to foot the bill for Tory incompetence?
Postcode lottery revealed as government prepares to allow local authorities to bring forward council tax rises to avert crisis.
SNP join forces with Scottish women’s organisations to demand an end to child maintenance charges for survivors of domestic abuse.
Years of cuts to welfare benefits and Tory plans to scrap the Human Rights Act threaten "Britain’s position as a global leader in human rights".
Flagship scheme to keep elderly out of hospital missing targets and council tax rise ‘too small to alleviate cutbacks’.
Opponents warn limiting Child Tax Credit to two children could leave larger families unable to meet their children's basic needs.
The introduction of a new 'NHS Funding Rule' in England would help increase funding by £7 billion over the next five years, think-tank claims says.