It's not just student debt that needs writing off. People in debt because of welfare cuts and austerity need their debts written off too.
Supporters of Britain's foreign aid spending must critique it themselves to protect it from right-wing attacks
The new Lib Dem leader must plot a course to profit from the failings of his rivals
The Chief Inspector of Prisons' report provides a horrifying insight into the conditions in which children are held
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A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty
The government's incompetence has shifted attention away from the real issues at hand
Increased spending in Northern Ireland could start to bring north and south together
There has never been a bill like this before. Ministers are about to gain more power than they could have ever dreamed of.
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is calling on the Government not to abolish income tax relief for legitimate work-related expenses for which they are not reimbursed by their employer.
No credible government strategy to tackle the burdens on teachers
Supreme Court rules to outlaw employment tribunal fees
Comment from NOAH on the House of Lords European Union Committee ‘Brexit: Farm Animal Welfare’ report
NOAH has welcomed the publication on 25 July of the House of Lords European Union Committee report ‘Brexit: Farm Animal Welfare’.