Innovative facial recognition technology has long been criticised for potentially breaching our human rights. Now, new research has delivered a fresh blow to the innovative security product which was designed to … Continued
It is feared that as many as 57,000 Commonwealth-born people who arrived in the UK before 1971 could lose their rights to housing and work, and could face deportation, should … Continued
It’s a giant misconception that children aren’t affected by mental health woes. Research has shown that children (and obviously, teenagers) experience depression and anxiety like the rest of us. A … Continued
A forceful and impassioned open letter has been penned by a terminally ill elderly man, who has blamed the UK government for causing him and his wife stress in the … Continued
The data, released by the Office for National Statistics, present the highest knife crime death toll figures since records began in 1946, demonstrating a dramatic increase of 73 deaths when compared with the same period the year before.
The toll on people’s mental health has been criticised as being too high, with MPs saying that it must come to an end.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has defended the Home Office’s controversial deportation flight of around 50 detainees to Jamaica despite criticism that vital checks have not be carried, as in the case of the Windrush scandal.
Human rights groups have praised the judge’s decision not to send any of the Stansted 15 protestors to prison, calling it ‘Wonderful news’ for the right to peaceful protest. But they continue to question the controversial use of terror legislation to prosecute them in the first place.
Kate Middleton has pledged her support to struggling families with the launch of Family Line, a free-to-use telephone service.
Benefit claims from mentally ill people are being refused by a flawed UK Benefits System which gives preference to claimants with physical injuries.