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Exclusive: 'Fiasco' payment system continues to give rise to major problems
Newly-published research shows almost half of breastfeeding mothers in Britain would consider sharing their milk with other parents online
Exclusive: A former employee says she often worked 12-hour days for seven hours' pay because travel and overtime were not paid
The potential shift in Amnesty’s position has starkly divided feminist campaigners and women’s rights groups
'If it was a British white woman it was happening to, they wouldn’t bother with the word ‘culture’ - they would just say ‘abuse’'
Exclusive: Experts say language barriers deter women from generic refuges
July is typically the busiest month for forced weddings
The charity Karma Nirvana dealt with more than 8,268 calls for help last year
The practice occurs when one or both people involved do not consent
Scribbled entries in margins of journal reveal new works by Lewis Carroll and Elizabeth Gaskell
Exclusive: Anne Longfield says it is unfair to cut support at the age of 18
Inaction on integration is not an option for any of us if we want our towns to be pleasant
Warning from the Royal College of Nursing that policy based on salaries will 'cause chaos in hospitals'
When the General Synod is held in July its members will be asked to vote on holding a day of prayer and fasting for 'climate justice'
Bjorge Lillelien celebrated Norway's unexpected 1981 victory over England in a World Cup qualifier by listing British leaders
The College of Social work will close after ministers pulled the plug on funding that would have kept it going