“We are tired, we are exhausted and we are literally on our knees."
Labour MPs tell education secretary Gavin Williamson homes are "too often a source of neglect and exploitation”.
More than 300 health and social care workers have died on the front line after testing positive for coronavirus.
For the families I support, the pandemic has added a whole new layer of threat. But it hasn't stopped us being there for those who need us.
Policing minister Kit Malthouse said the government could only influence their wages through minimum wage increases.
Why has it taken a pandemic to open the world's eyes to the value of care work? Asks Women's Budget Group researcher Marion Sharples.
As the UK goes into lockdown to help stop the spread of coronavirus, social care workers are continuing to risk their health by going out each day to support the isolated and vulnerable. Two care workers tell us what drives them to keep working to help those who need it most during the outbreak.
Social care providers are meant to be equipped with fluid repellent masks while they visit vulnerable clients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus has left low-paid staff choosing between caring for their clients or keeping them safe from infection.
The prime minister will not wait for the new Labour leader to take office on April 4, creating an immediate headache for Jeremy Corbyn’s successor.