As part of February’s LGBT History Month we look at the lives and campaigns of four unsung LGBT+ heroes from the UK.
A report on equality in Scotland says working women face a gender pay gap, while prospects for disabled people, ethnic minorities and children from poorer backgrounds have declined.
The Care Quality Commission has warned that disjointed health and social care services in England are placing increasing pressure on A&E departments. As pressure grows on England’s health and care system, what does this mean for the human rights of older people?
Save the Children says there are too few graduate teachers working in early years across England.
Some MPs say there’s a risk of eroding rights to legal advice and representation
The committee has met to discuss the fact that “not a single establishment inspected in England that was safe to hold children and young people.”
The so-called ‘gay cake’ piece has found itself back in court, this time in the highest court of the UK, the Supreme Court.
130,000 children woke up homeless and in temporary accommodation on Christmas Day last year.
Belfast City Council has passed a proposal preventing councillors from using “offensive expressions in reference to any person or section of society”.