A trade union is arguing Deliveroo riders being denied the right to collective bargaining are having their human rights violated.
Ten of the leading UK supermarkets are producing 810,000 tonnes of single-use plastic packaging and half do not have specific plans to reduce plastic.
Environmental activists have unfurled banners over Westminster Bridge and glued themselves to the gates of Number 10 Downing Street ahead of a day of mass disobedience.
Bristol City Council has pledged to tackle period poverty by providing free sanitary products to every schoolgirl in the city.
The Home Secretary has revealed that eight more of the Windrush generation, who were illegally deported from the UK, have died, bringing the total to 11.
NHS Digital has confirmed its withdrawal from an agreement to give the Home Office access to confidential data for immigration enforcement, following a legal challenge by campaigners.
Police chiefs have proposed removing the ‘reasonable grounds’ requirement for officers to conduct stop and search.
Three million men from across Empire made a vital contribution in World War I. Their contribution is gradually being recognised.
England’s care regulator has warned thousands of elderly and vulnerable people face losing home care services imminently because the UK’s biggest home care is in financial trouble.
The health secretary has ordered a review into seclusion and segregation in the care of people with learning disabilities and autism in secure hospitals. Campaigners believe the human rights of patients are being violated.