3,019 young people aged 16 – 25 are homeless or at risk of homelessness...

New data collected from local authorities across the North West, by the UK’s leading youth homelessness charity, Centrepoint, reveals an estimated 3,019 young people...

Over two-thirds of council homelessness services pushed into the red

Rising levels of homelessness and the increasing cost of using expensive bed and breakfast accommodation to place families have plunged more than two-thirds of...

1300 jobs saved at Manchester Charity

Over 1,300 jobs at the Manchester based Lifeline charity seem set to be saved after the Company has been placed into administration. The Project, based...

Unleashing the human voice can help us banish the blues according to an Eccles...

UNLEASHING the human voice can help us banish the blues, according to a community-based research experiment in Salford. Singers from the Eccles Daytime Choir were...

More Brits disagree that a woman’s job is in the home, but no increase...

Against a backdrop of government initiatives to help working families, such as shared parental leave and improved childcare provision, the British Social Attitudes Survey...

Black and ethnic minority workers face a £3.2bn annual pay penalty

Britain’s 1.9 million black, Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi employees are experiencing an annual pay penalty of £3.2bn according to new analysis published today by...

Call for Northern leaders to join forces for a “Living Wage North”

The Think Tank IPPR North has called on Metro Mayors, councils and leaders across the North to join forces to create a “Living Wage...

PM creates new Office for Veterans’ Affairs

Boris Johnson will announce that he has appointed Oliver Dowden as Minister representing veterans in Cabinet during a visit to a military base in...

Poverty pay and abuse of workers on farms and plantations linked to UK supermarkets

Poor pay and harsh working conditions are common on farms and plantations that supply tea or fruit to global supermarkets including Lidl, Aldi, Sainsbury’s,...

Children’s Commissioner for England calls for changes to gambling laws including a crackdown on...

A report out today calls for tighter rules to protect kids who game online after revealing how children can spend hundreds of pounds on...