Christmas has been bitterly hard for people on the new Universal Credit (UC) regime. It means delays in payments, yet more brutal sanctions, and spiralling rent arrears for many.
Every six months the National Archives release previously classified documents. In among the trivia lies long forgotten information about the workings of the British state.
Corporations profiting from Private Finance Initiative (PFI) schemes have creamed millions from the NHS and Tory tax cuts are handing them even more.
A military court in Israel has extended the detention of a Palestinian teenager who was filmed slapping Israeli soldiers.
Pay will continue to fall for millions of workers in 2018
Thousands of people are raging through the streets of Peru's capital, Lima
Eighty years ago a colonial massacre of over 20,000 people was carried out by Italian fascist forces in Ethiopia
Workers on five rail networks have taken action in separate disputes,
Louise Harrison, a domestic violence worker and campaigner in South Yorkshire, could be dismissed from her job because Labour members want to protect their party.
The Tories have failed to appoint a chair for an upcoming inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal – again.
The mother of Becky Romero, a teenager who died because of mental health cuts, has called a protest to make sure it doesn’t happen to anyone else.
Civil service workers at a Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) benefit centre in Plymouth ended their second day of a 48-hour strike on Friday.
The headline result of the elections to the Catalan parliament is that pro-independence parties retained an overall parliamentary majority.
Six people arrested during protests on Donald Trump’s inauguration day have been acquitted of rioting and destruction of property.