We need to tackle wider failures in UK housing to ensure people in poverty can access good quality housing, says Kathleen Kelly
Sensationalist stories of neglectful parents make for good headlines but they have little to do with the reality of closing the education attainment gap, warns Helen Barnard.
Abigail Scott Paul reveals how benefits changes are affecting people on the front line of poverty in the North East.
As the summer holiday stretches family budgets even further, new research shows the cost of raising a child.
With hardening attitudes towards people on benefits and a tougher welfare regime, thank goodness for organisations like The Cyrenians, says Abigail Scott Paul.
Government plans to help pay for childcare leave almost a million working poor families missing out, says Katie Schmuecker.
Employees in their twenties and thirties lose out in single-tier pension reforms, says Aleks Collingwood.
Making work pay is trickier than it sounds, says Donald Hirsch.
We have confirmation of the importance of the Pupil Premium, but better support is needed to make sure it delivers, say Helen Barnard.
A decade of progress in reducing family deprivation is being steadily unwound, says Donald Hirsch.
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