More than six million families struggling with debt worries, charity warns
More than 6.5 million households across Britain are in debt or face the prospect of falling into debt within a month should they lose their jobs or face a large financial shock, according to analysis from a charity.
Labour pledges to update national curriculum to reflect LGBT issues
A gay history month in schools could be brought in as part of changes to the national curriculum aimed at presenting a more positive image of homosexual men and lesbians to pupils, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Gender pay gap falls to smallest on record but is narrowing at 'snail's pace'
The Government has hailed new figures showing the gender pay gap for full-time workers has fallen slightly to 9.4%, the lowest for almost 20 years, but campaigners said it was closing at a "snails pace".
Jungle clearance declared a success despite concerns over fate of many minors
French government officials have declared the operation to clear the Calais 'Jungle' a success despite charities on the ground reporting that hundreds of child refugees had been left unregistered and with nowhere to go.