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The UK Council for Child Internet Safety will draw up a list of approved sites offering advice about topics such as sex and drugs

Debt crisis is hitting renters, says charity

Rent arrears are the fastest-growing debt problem, a charity warned this week. The Money Advice Trust said the number of people calling its debtline with problems paying their rent has doubled in the past three years.

Gang culture: Significant falls in recorded knife and gun crime give hope, but 'things are still tough'

Ministers today claimed that an initiative set up to tackle gang culture in the wake of the 2011 riots was "working" with significant falls in recorded knife and gun crime.

Everton striker Steven Naismith was given a sense of perspective after his uncle was caught up in the Clutha pub helicopter crash

Everton striker Steven Naismith stresses 'football is only a game' after his uncle Douglas narrowly avoided serious injury in the Clutha pub tragedy

Naismith's uncle has just walked in when the helicopter crash happened and the ex-fire fighter attempted to help others instinctively despite injuring his shoulder

Major overhaul aims to make telephone call charges and dialling codes clearer

Freephone will mean free - even for mobiles: Ofcom confirms change for 2015

Major overhaul aims to make telephone call charges and dialling codes clearer

England will head to Brazil with an Official 2014 World Cup song

World Cup 2014: From World in Motion to Vindaloo - England set for official Brazil World Cup song in attempt to end 48 years of hurt

The Football Association are yet to confirm who will perform the squad, although Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and the rest of Roy Hodgson's team have already been ruled out

Rent arrears are the UK's fastest growing debt problem

But one third of renters are still planning to buy in 2014

The dedication ceremony at the Church of Scientology's worldwide spiritual headquarters in Clearwater, Florida, last month

Church versus state: Scientology faces unholy war after court ruling

The Supreme Court judgment  has profound consequences, meaning it could gain charitable status – and opens the floodgates to claims by other organisations

Elephant Appeal: Where is your money going?

How your donations will help Space for Giants protect the elephants

A Save the Children organised event at Al Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near the Syrian border, last month

Save the Children: corporate sponsors help save lives

The charity defends itself from claim it refrained from criticising its backers

Rescue centre overrun by adorable seal pups in wake of record flood surge

A rescue centre in Norfolk is full to capacity with 100 adorable seal pups following the recent record flood surge that hit Britain.

Comic Relief has been forced to defend its investment policy after it emerged that millions of pounds donated to the charity went towards buying shares in tobacco, alcohol and arms firms.

No laughing matter: Comic Relief invested in tobacco, alcohol and arms firms

The investigation found that the charity invested £630,000 in shares in leading weapons manufacturer BAE Systems

Save the Children has been campaigning for victims of the Syrian war

The price of charity: Save the Children exposed after seeking approval of energy firms

Save the Children accused of suppressing criticism of corporate sponsor British Gas, while internal emails reveal how fuel poverty campaign was dropped to avoid offending EDF

Charities need money. But they also need principles

Every NGO worker knows that it is a privilege to work in the sector

Indyplus: Charities need money. But they also need principles

Every NGO worker knows that it is a privilege to work in the sector

Shadow Transport Secretary Mary Creagh described the coalition’s response as 'completely out of touch'

Coalition is ‘totally ignoring’ disabled on transport issues

The Government is “squandering” an opportunity to make public transport more accessible to disabled people after MPs’ recommendations on improvements were “effectively ignored”, campaigners have said.

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