17 March 2020,
Stephen Colegrave considers those who are vulnerable to the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak and how important it is for the Government to support them.
25 February 2020,
If the success of a government is judged by how it treats the most vulnerable in society, our decade-long Conservative Government has utterly failed, argues James Melville.
21 February 2020,
Despite the Government's various spending announcements, Iwan Doherty considers whether austerity is really over.
4 February 2020,
The deputy chief executive of the Lankelly Chase foundation outlines the findings of its new research exploring how disadvantages might manifest differently in the lives of women.
28 January 2020,
Iwan Doherty investigates how businesses profit from poverty and billions are invested to increase indebtedness.
28 December 2019,
The knighthood for Iain Duncan Smith shows the disdain of the ruling class for the most vulnerable people in society, argues Natalie Bloomer
8 November 2019,
With Conservative landlords profiting from homelessness, Iwan Doherty explains how the Labour Party takes inspiration from Finland
4 November 2019,
Natalie Bloomer explains a personal experience which convinced her that journalism and campaigning can mix – and that Sally Keeble is best placed to become Northampton North's next MP.
18 July 2019,
Canadian Drew B explains his experience of sleeping rough in London and his battle on the streets against being deported.
12 June 2019,
Chris Grayling's 2013 cuts slashed the legal aid budget by a third – £751 million. Jon Robins examines the toll this is taking on people's everyday lives.
7 June 2019,
Jon Robins sets out how the erosion of 'access to justice' for huge swathes of social welfare law is having a very real impact on poverty in the UK
9 May 2019,
Homeless people risk being banned from their local train station under an increasingly used order called a Withdrawal of Implied Permission (WIP).
2 May 2019,
Thousands of homeless people have been turned away from London's flagship No Second Night Out (NSNO) scheme in recent years, Byline Times can reveal.