I feel sickened to even have to write this - not just as someone who struggles with their mental health, or as someone on a low income - but as a human being
2 million more adults will experience mental health issues by 2030, and work-related mental health problems cost the economy £26bn per year
Don't forget other candidates stayed silent on street harassment
There are a number of things we could be doing in schools to tackle a growing mental health epidemic among teenagers. Unfortunately, nobody wants to do them
After an American reporter sensationally claimed that it didn't exist yesterday, I decided to look at the facts for myself
Festival proved as diverse and distinctive as Manchester itself
Manchester is my home, and it’s just as interesting and vibrant as Britain’s capital
Who in their right mind thinks that a picture of someone eating a sandwich could sway someone's voting choices?
Someone may be talented, but that doesn't mean they're untouchable
We have an impressive pool of potential and creative talent in Britain which is being thrown to the wolves in the name of austerity
I have suffered for nine years, and at a very low point in my illness was told by a GP that I just needed to "eat a baked potato"
Instead of awarding innovation, the magazine has given a big pat on the back to the usual mix of repetitive white men and tax avoiders
Soaring student debt, a lack of affordable housing and draconian benefit sanctions: these are the things that matter to young voters
Goodbye and good riddance to the former CEO
This will make it harder for young people to bully their LGBTQ peers
This is an empty, cynical performance by two straight women