save the children

Cuts to overseas spending will leave UK's global reputation "in tatters", Save The Children warns.
A government that has to be persuaded into feeding hungry children by a footballer, yet unthinkingly decorates their private jet, is wildly out of touch, Maighna Nanu writes.
What more powerful symbol of national spirit could there be than committing together to give this gift from one generation to the next, Robert Halfon and Kirsty McNeill write.
Probe will look at how it handled complaints about Brendan Cox, among others.
'I am resigning because of the danger of damaging both Unicef and Save The Children and our wider cause.'
Nobody should be surprised that supposedly good men do bad things
My optimism persists – for one simple reason: the British public