Looking down at people on benefits is unhelpful. It's counterproductive, mean and unnecessary. What families on benefits need right now, in this changing world is love, support and a chance.
Private Tutoring on the Rise Recent reports have claimed that over 25% of state-educated 11 to 16-year-olds have enlisted
As anyone who has seen Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol will know, the moral of the tale is that Ebenezer Scrooge is so besotted by wealth that he has, until visited by the 'ghosts' of Christmas, no sympathy for those unable to fend for themselves... Perhaps we should hope that something similar happens to Iain Duncan Smith
John Sentamu has attacked David Cameron over the "national scandal" of low paid incomes in Britain, accusing the prime minister
Universities and colleges in England are spending more on trying to help students from low-income households and other under
The pay gap between the highest and lowest earners in the UK has grown more quickly than in any other high-income country
We're a long way from being able to describe to the average person near Geneva what it's like to live near Gwanda (Zimbabwe). Providing average income per day with no other point of reference may provoke pity, but does little to promote understanding.