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There are no beds for vulnerable families in the Prime Minister's constituency.
Labour MP Jess Phillips has made an emotional plea to the government to make sure no domestic violence victims are turned
We talk to Ronni Abergel, founder of The Human Library, whose aim is to show that more unites us than divides us.
Born in Denmark to a Danish mother and a Moroccan Jewish father, Ronni Abergel discovered early on the power of prejudice
"Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?" That is the question that British voters will be asked
I am Italian by birth, but I have lived in the UK for nigh on 23 years. I have been working, paying taxes and doing voluntary work in this country for 16 of those. My wife is British, and both of my children were born here. The UK is the place that I and my family call home.
Despite what you may have read in the Sun, the Daily Mail or the Telegraph recently, "barmy" eurocrats are not trying to
It is over 17 years since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement which was meant to usher in a new era of peace, stability
Wednesday saw Iain Duncan Smith expressing outrage about the findings of the European Committee of Social Rights on the UK's recent report to that body... So what is the all the fuss about? Who is this Committee that has raised the hackles of the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions?
Here are the five things you need to know on Thursday 30 January 2014... 1) ARE WE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER? REALLY? From the