Looked-after children are in many cases being housed in residential care units far from their communities and in dangerous or unsuitable areas, MPs have warned.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles is being urged to maintain support for the Merton Rule, the only policy driver for renewables in new buildings.
Poor levels of adult numeracy in the UK are being tackled by charity National Numeracy with their online challenge.
People living in economically deprived areas are significantly more likely to smoke - and targeting these people is key, says the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Most care homes unconvincingly believe they have no LGBT residents and few know how they would support them, warns a new survey.
The majority of the best-paid occupations in Britain are ‘no-go’ areas for part-time workers, with fewer than one in 7 employees in the top jobs.
For cities to reach their full potential they need to continue economic growth and gain independence from the constraints of Whitehall.
The high unemployment rates associated with a recession lead to ethnic minorities disproportionately suffering, says the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Despite smoking remaining one of the few modifiable health risk factors for pregnancy and birth, over one in ten expecting mothers still smoke up to full term.
Breast cancer drug olaparib will be experimentally trialled by Cancer Research UK to see if it can delay tumour growth in people with advanced non-small cell lung cancer.
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