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Millions of unpaid carers are “struggling” to gain access to the vital support they need, charity warns.
Food Foundation reveals scale of food insecurity, with 4.7 million thought to be regularly going a day without eating.
20,200 UK households had their housing benefit capped at February 2016, a decrease of 4% on the previous quarter.
Weekend death rate problem, used by Jeremy Hunt to justify imposing new doctors’ contract, ‘does not exist’.
370,000 small businesses plan to cease trading over the next five years.
Two debt charities have called on local authorities to end the practice of passing vulnerable residents Council Tax debts to bailiffs.
Four-year ban on receiving in-work benefits likely to affect only a small number of newly arriving families, analysis shows.
New immigration rules mean thousands of non-EU migrant workers could be deported from the UK if they earn less than £35,000 a year.
Flagship benefit reform has been watered down so much that it risks failing to achieve its original purpose, warns Resolution thinktank.
New figures reveal a 25% rise in the number of expectant mums reporting maternity discrimination in the workplace.