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A coalition of more than 30 human rights organisations have grouped together to condemn the government’s response to a Home Office select committee report calling for greater protections for migrant women to be enshrined in domestic abuse law.
There are an estimated 120,000 refugees with the right to work living in the UK, but the unemployment rate is three times that of people born in the UK.
The average councillor is a 59-year-old white man called Dave and that’s unlikely to change in next week’s local elections
“It is time to call on our decision-makers to make policy decisions that tackle poverty in the UK and ensure our human rights are upheld.”
A new Women and Equalities Committee report urges government action on abortion reform in Northern Ireland
Taking non-consensual photographs under a person’s clothes wasn’t previously a specific criminal offence.
The Government must take action to ensure employers pay women fairly, campaigners say.
Neo-Nazi groups have been permitted to remain on Facebook because they do not violate the social media platform’s “community standards”.