Some 1.5 million children were living in relative poverty in 2019-20 before the coronavirus pandemic hit, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said.
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Members of the Criminal Bar Association have walked out in a dispute over pay and conditions.
The inquest into the deaths of five young people killed by an IRA terror attack in 1974 has heard from emergency workers who attended the scene.
Coldstream Guards Kirtland Gill and Rajon Graham had access to the bullets through their roles in the British Army, the jury was told.
The Manufacturing Technology Centre is implementing the structure after half of employees reported better productivity.
He takes over the mantle from Dame Cressida Cowell, who has served as the 11th Waterstone’s Children’s Laureate.
Identifying those most at risk could mean it is possible for them to receive treatment earlier.
The vast majority of students surveyed for HSBC UK said they have made changes to their financial behaviour in the past six months.
The group saw shares fall by more than 18% at one stage after it has been hit by a cut in credit insurance cover.
Festivalgoers hoping to see the Scottish singer-songwriter have been warned there will be no trains running when his show ends on Sunday.
If a UK ticket-holder matches all the numbers they will become Britain’s biggest-ever lottery winner.
The Coco Pops and All-Bran maker brought legal action against the Department of Health and Social Care over new regulations.
The defending champion was pictured playing with seven-year-old Stefan ahead of his quarter-final match.
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Committee has proposed changes to limit the power of the Secretary of State over the regulator.
Visitors to the RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival will get advice on adjusting to climate change and how to lessen their impact on the environment.
The broadcaster previously denied evidence of any complaints.
The Foreign Secretary said the UK Government is mulling seizing the assets of Russians in the UK to use in Ukraine’s reconstruction.
Chief superintendent Tom Harding justified the police response by saying the demonstration was restricting emergency services.
Prof Lawrence Young said that rising infections rates could pose a significant threat if not addressed before winter.