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Women who have survived rape and violence before coming to Britain are still routinely held in immigration detention, according to a new report. Campaigners say female asylum seekers are being locked up despite the introduction last year of official guidance which was expected to reduce the number of vulnerable people…
New job-seeking requirements placed on parents of young children under Universal Credit risk pushing single-parent families into poverty, a report warns. A study by campaign group Gingerbread suggested that 165,000 single parents of pre-school aged children are at increased risk of going into poverty and debt because of new conditions…
The number of health regulators in the UK could be slashed under plans to replace a "confusing, inconsistent and slow" system. The nine regulators currently covering healthcare workers including doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, optometrists and paramedics, could be reduced to as little as three under plans to overhaul the regulatory…
Town halls are struggling to meet the needs of children in their area, a charity has warned. Many authorities are facing an increased demand for children's services, such as supporting those in care and providing facilities for families, according to a poll by the National Children's Bureau (NCB). It found…
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