The Government must act now to protect children from the profound online harm of viewing online pornography.
The Universal Credit uplift is set to end on 6th October, despite considerable opposition. Conservative peer Baroness Stroud says that ‘levelling up is impossible if Universal Credit is cut’. Footballer Marcus Rashford calls for the cut to be axed to help tackle the ‘child hunger pandemic’. Ex-PM, Gordon Brown says the cut is ‘vindictive even beyond austerity’.
Renata has qualified as a dentist both in Brazil and in Italy, in the EU. The UK needs dentists, but does not accept her qualifications.
There are more than half a million children in the UK who are destitute, and in some parts of the country half of all children live in relative poverty.
The National Insurance increase is impossible to justify. People living in expensive homes should pay their way when they go into care.
The government’s planned cuts to Universal Credit will hit one family in five in East Anglia. Will the region’s Conservative MPs dare to back the Chancellor’s plan?
As we emerge from the Covid lockdown, the government faces a difficult decision on whether to scrap the triple lock on state pensions. Millions of pensioners stand to gain an eight percent pay rise, at a time when Universal Credit is to be reduced and NHS staff are being offered three percent.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, like others in the region, was built using concrete with an expiry date, and it’s past.
The government promised an “oven ready plan” for social care. Why are we still waiting?