The national mood has shifted on refugees. Now the government must change course
Ukip leader says he fears influx of Isis fighters to Europe
Child asylum-seekers are often disbelieved and treated as adults
Demand for UK to accept refugees could put new pressure on PM
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Good news: the small change at the GPs which can make a big difference for people with mental illness
It can be difficult to get excited about acronyms, but last week the British Medical Journal published an article about QOF which got us very excited indeed.
The Tories’ latest attacks on Trade Unions are about as vindictive and nasty as they could possibly get.
Labour front-runner has won over Labour members but is a long way from winning over the country
The crazed response to Jeremy Corbyn's women-only train carriage consultation will encourage politicians to be even more boring than they already are
Court judge says Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) does not contravene European law in its aim to protect public health
Research undertaken by the British Humanist Association (BHA) has revealed a shocking number of state-funded ‘faith’ schools demanding financial contributions from parents, in flagrant violation of the law.
Almost £2.5billion worth of payments has been made to customers in the first three months since the new pension freedoms came in, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said today. That’s equivalent to £27million a day.
RSPCA warns continuing ‘cruel’ culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire and extending area to Dorset will have no major effect on bovine TB