Justice Secretary David Gauke has revealed that the government is “changing the system” to streamline the process for victims of abuse who seek to overturn Parole Board decisions.
It’s a solemn day, as we remember the trans people who have lost their lives this year. In 2018 alone, 368 trans people have been killed because of their gender.
The Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has declared that there are “problems with Universal Credit.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced a £13 million cash injection to tackle violent youth crime in the capital.
Gareth Thomas’ brave response to a homophobic attack shows he’s the LGBT+ hero we all need.
The Journal of Controversial Ideas has provoked controversy by allowing anonymous entries.
Asylum seekers are currently only permitted to work in the UK after they have waited for 12 months – but that could all be about to change.