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03/26/2017 at 15:44. Facebook
An extensive 18-year study of families across England could lead to more face-to-face contact

Most adopted children never meet their birth family. Is that all about to change?

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03/25/2017 at 08:02. Facebook
Households in rollout areas to receive housing benefit after new system found to be incompatible with councils’ obligations

Ministers to reverse universal credit policy for homeless families

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03/24/2017 at 07:05. Facebook
Few things are more likely to make your latte taste bitter than being confronted with the human reality of gentrification.

Gentrification isn't a benign process: it forces people from their homes | Dawn Foster

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03/24/2017 at 07:05. Facebook
From bake sales to the bank and beyond, follow your money behind the scenes at the annual Comic Relief appeal and meet the team making it happen

Red Nose Day: what happens to my Comic Relief donation?

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03/23/2017 at 23:31. Facebook
As news of the fatal attack broke, the capital’s NHS workers rushed into action

Westminster attack medics: 'It was a day London has trained for'

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03/23/2017 at 18:56. Facebook
'Jane and Helen are highly experienced therapists. They have come straight to my office door from their home visit to a teenage girl, Maryam, with severe cerebral palsy, and both are on the edge of tears. Maryam and her family are recently-arrived asylum seekers. The family home has a leaking roof and toilet, the children have no toys, no spare clothes and there is no bedding. Maryam cannot...
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Trying to help a disabled girl seeking asylum brought my staff to tears

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03/23/2017 at 07:44. Facebook
Our new survey reveals half of UK charities don’t have a digital strategy and fear losing out on fundraising income if training and funding aren’t improved

Charities could lose a third of staff if they don't get a grip on digital skills

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03/23/2017 at 07:05. Facebook
Afzal Khan, a solicitor and former police officer, will contest the Manchester seat left vacant by the death of Sir Gerald Kaufman

Labour chooses 'life-long' socialist MEP to fight Gorton seat

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03/23/2017 at 00:05. Facebook
Poll for Public Health England reveals many feel embarrassed to feed their babies in front of strangers and family members

Less than half of women breastfeed after two months, survey finds

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03/22/2017 at 11:44. Facebook
The Nordic country is the only EU state not in the midst of a housing crisis. Juha Kaakinen of the Y-Foundation explains how Housing First works

How Finland solved homelessness | Interview: Juha Kaakinen

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03/22/2017 at 11:05. Facebook
Offer from Zapier comes as high-paid tech workers in Bay Area have complained about the cost of living in a region that suffers from a major housing shortage

Get outta town: startup offers workers $10,000 if they 'delocate' Silicon Valley

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03/22/2017 at 10:29. Facebook
My learning disabled daughter was denied a blue badge when her benefits changed. This government is redefining disability – with no right of appeal

My daughter is not "disabled enough" for this government to get free parking | Nicky Clark

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03/22/2017 at 10:25. Facebook
Protesters detained for trying to stop contractors from chopping down trees to challenge legality of their arrest

Sheffield tree protesters to take legal action against police

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03/22/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
It’s time to support the 36 million people who don’t live in big metropolises. The industrial strategy needs to be locally led by towns and small cities

Industrial strategy risks leaving millions stifled and stuck | Liam Booth-Smith

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03/22/2017 at 06:54. Facebook
The Channel 4 reality dating show didn’t lead to love, but Marie Curie asked me to share my experiences and raise awareness of its daffodil appeal

Declaring my cancer on First Dates has helped others | Annie Slater

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Campaigners call for equality of access for disabled people as first official figures point to ‘postcode lottery’ in provisions

NHS delays leave thousands facing long wait for wheelchairs

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Report on ‘alarming evidence’ of rising homelessness singles out UK for criticism while warning that one in 70 Athens residents are homeless

Homelessness at crisis point in all EU countries – except Finland

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Report on ‘alarming evidence’ of rising homelessness singles out UK for criticism while warning that one in 70 Athens residents are homeless

Homelessness at crisis point in all EU countries – except Finland

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