This month sees the launch of a youth project across England focused on empowering young people to make a difference in their
Number living in temporary accommodation is at a 10-year high and newly homeless households are up 11%
Jobcentre staff will be sent out on to the streets in teams to advise homeless people and rough sleepers on how to find housing and work and access
The UK's economy grew by just 0.1% in the three months to November, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Growth was slightly stronger in September and October than previously thought, but fell 0.3% in November, dragging down the three-mon
Councils "really don't care" about supporting High Street trading, the boss of struggling department store chain Beales has told the BBC.
Beales, which began trading in Bournemouth in 1881, has warned that it could fall into administration.
Overcrowding forces ward staff to spend part of shift looking after patients without a bed
Hospitals are having to redeploy nurses from wards to look after queues of patients in corridors, in a growing trend that has raised concerns about patient saf
When generations lead such separate lives, it damages everyone. We need deliberate initiatives to bring them together
Travel around the periphery of any British town or city, and you will quickly behold a symbol of one of the most painful modern divi
Flybe has declined to comment on media reports that the airline is in crisis talks in an attempt to put together a rescue deal.
According to Sky News, Flybe, which has already been bailed out once, has been struggling to secure fresh finance.
Private cars will banned from taking "through trips" across Birmingham city centre under plans to cut pollution.
Vehicles will be able to drive into the city, but would have to go back out to the ring road to access other areas.
In a newly published
The Co-op Group has announced a switch to 100% own-brand recyclable packaging, alongside the largest-ever UK-wide scheme to recycle plastic film.
The retailer has banned bla
Awel Aman Tawe, Homebaked CIC and Future Directions CIC were among the winners at the UK Social Enterprise Awards, last month.
The environmental social organisation award went to Aw
Presenter Samira Ahmed has won the employment tribunal she brought against the BBC in a dispute over equal pay.
Ahmed claimed she was underpaid for hosting audience feedback show Newswatch when compared with Jeremy Vine's salary for Points of View.
Data shows NHS rejection rates have remained unchanged despite additional investments
One in four children and young people referred to mental health services in England last year were not accepted for treatment, according to data, raising concerns t