Disabled job seekers are being routinely discriminated against, with prejudice actually worsening over the last nine years.
Fire and rescue authorities across England could save up to £200 million a year if they were to make services more effective and efficient, a report has said.
"There is a very strong case for limiting the size of banks," says Thierry Philipponnat, Secretary General of Finance Watch.
The Government has promised to reduce the number of nuclear weapons in the UK by the mid 2020's, in accordance with the Non Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty (NPT).
Talented graduates can join a new fast track training programme to become social work leaders, the Education Secretary has said today.
Every area in England and Wales is to have a dedicated traffic court to deal with minor motoring offences, the Justice Minister said today.
The UK's monolithic banking system is out of line with all our international competitors, Tony Greenham said at the Transforming Finance conference.
97% of the children's services sector are currently targeting investment in early intervention programmes, but better data sharing is 'mission critical'.
'We have privatised the gains and socialised the losses of the financial sector' says Craig Bennett, director of policy and campaigns at Friends of the Earth.
Richard Paton, activist for Occupy and UK Uncut, spoke at the Transforming Finance conference about the roles of banks and mutuals in the market.