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The interim findings of the LGBT+ Commission have today been launched
Today, the government unveils plans to change the law to allow businesses to supply agency workers in a bid to bridge staffing gaps during strike action. Ministers say the proposal, which requires parliamentary approval, would reduce disruption from strikes and provide companies with “the freedom to fill vital roles so that peoples’ daily lives remain uninterrupted.”
The Public Accounts Committee has accused the Government of “gambling” with Levelling Up funds
NHS launches £340 million Innovative Medicines Fund, giving potentially life-saving and cutting-edge treatments to patients in England.
New data shows clear disparities in access to GP services between regions across the UK. With the crisis of the NHS backlog and the shortage
Curia has released a report showing the environmental, social and economic benefits of improved broadband in rural areas
Parliament yesterday began its debate on whether to make non-binary a legally recognised gender identity in the UK. The debate comes after more than 140,000
Health ministers from the G7 countries have agreed a ‘pandemic pact’ to prevent further global health crises following the coronavirus pandemic. Will the landmark agreement ensure the world is prepared for the future?
For the Dyslexia Commission, Director for Social Mobility and Vulnerable Learners at the Education Policy Institute, Jo Hutchinson,looks at areas of concern within the Schools White Paper and the SEND review Green Paper.
On International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia Britain’s only openly LGBT+ professional footballer has came out as gay.
The second inquiry session of the Dyslexia Commission focused on reform to teacher training for better provision for children with dyslexia
Chaired by former Health and Social Care Secretary, Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, the findings of the first Dyslexia Commission inquiry session will be published
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a global threat to public health which fails to receive the attention warranted for the danger posed in coming years. As the Government seeks to push UK life sciences to world-leading status, we examine what action plan is in place and what can be done.
The NHS is a year ahead of schedule in rolling out mental health teams in schools and colleges across the country. Using innovative methods such
Researcher Development Fellow at Edge Hill University, Dr Craig Collinson, explores lexism and the barriers faced by Dyslexics.
4Global and NHS Horizons have published a new report on physical activity and innovation. With severe government cuts to obesity services and norms of physical inactivity following Covid-19, can these approaches go far enough to fix the national health crisis?