Women in their 20s are earning less than men, and the gap is getting wider, according to figures released today.
Author: Benjamin Lowrie
More than 300,000 Britons are homeless or living in inadequate housing, according to new data from UK charity Shelter.
Almost half of disabled people in the UK worry about telling their employers of their condition, according to new research.
MPs in Westminster today debated proposals to lower the voting age across the UK to 16 – but could there be a human rights argument for this?
The current system of disclosing past convictions undermines the principles of the youth justice system, according to a report published today by the Justice Committee.
An Islamic faith school which has a policy of separating girls and boys has been told the rules are unlawful.
A terminally ill man who took his right to die case to the High Court has had his challenge rejected.
Today we’re blowing out the candles and making wishes because the Human Rights Act has turned seventeen.
Doctors and relatives of patients with severely debilitating conditions will no longer have to seek court approval to end life-supporting treatment after a significant new judgment in the Court of Protection.
We don’t talk about weight in the same way as we talk about race, gender, or disability.