Schools have become an “unofficial fourth emergency service” for the most impoverished children but a “fixation with Brexit” among politicians means the issue is going unaddressed, head teachers have warned.
A murder investigation was launched by police into the events of the fateful day in January 1972 when 13 civil rights activists were shot dead in Derry, Northern Ireland, and 15 others wounded.
A conservative think tank has suggested Universal Credit should reward job hunters with a cash prize if they are ‘meeting the most demanding conditions’ of job seeking in order to improve the public perception of the welfare scheme.
The school has also said that it will not be delivering the lessons up to the end of term.
“Seriously stretched police and social workers are struggling to support growing numbers of children with complex needs, and help is rarely offered before they reach crisis point.”
The “incredibly dangerous” scenario of the thousands living with Type 1 diabetes nationwide lacking vital insulin after March 29 cannot currently be ruled out, say leading charities.
An independent review reveals wide-spread failings under the Mental Health Act 1983 and calls for new rights to protect the most vulnerable and mentally ill members of society.
Many thought disability rights had reached a new high after London 2012 – but has the effect waned six years on?
A controversial new social security benefit, currently being rolled out across the UK, is facing a major legal challenge. But what’s the challenge all about and what impact might it have?
It’s one of the most popular programmes offered by the EU, but after 30 years Britain’s ties with Erasmus+ are hanging in the balance.