By any metric its clear that housing in the United Kingdom is costly. The charges are so elevated that the proportion of house prices to disposable income has surged two to three times in the last two decades. The availability of supplies is limited due to various...
One year on from the start of the world’s biggest trial of the four-day working week taking place in the UK, we have the results: success on all fronts. So what are we waiting for?
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says he’s “deeply concerned” about a rise in the number of children vaping, especially his own, as companies “unacceptably” target young people.
The single market is an area of economic freedom for members of the EU where exports and people can move without restriction. #SavedYouAClick
After years of restrictions the rules surrounding blood donation are finally set to change for some more parts of the UK. The Isle of Man is set to permit blood donations from gay and bisexual men from 1st June. For many years, any gay or bisexual man was unable to...
If you’re a Tory, it’s very easy to think that you’d manage just fine if you were struggling to pay for basic necessities during the cost of living crisis.
The female pill was launched more than half a century ago. Why is the male one proving so difficult? Because big pharma can't possibly risk men facing a single side effect, of course! New contraceptive method just dropped: Scientists have found a way to "switch off"...
The extortionate energy costs have plummeted many household’s bank accounts to worrying levels amid the cost of living crisis. Yet, finally we might be seeing some good news.
The number of people paying privately for operations and treatments in the UK has risen by more than a third since early 2020. This indicates a huge problem for the future of the NHS.
NHS workers have reported 22,143 alleged cases of sexual abuse over the last five years, a British Medical Journal investigation has found.
Anything involving your money is affected by inflation, which continues to rise beyond belief, but what does this actually mean?
The International Monetary Fund’s latest forecast is a double-edged sword: we might ride out a storm and dodge recession, but the government is unlikely to budge on high taxation – with diminishing returns for us.
Junior doctors are due to go on strike again in June following on from on a number of strikes earlier in the year over pay.
The UK political donation system resembles a drawer full of tangled wires. How do we untangle it without going insane?
“Tough new laws” on strike action and maths until 18. Rishi Sunak has kicked off 2023 by proving that he really knows how to read a room.
From pills to condoms, Florence Hill explores the world of contraception in the NHS, and why better sex ed is needed for young people in the UK. The first contraceptive pill Caitlin Hart was ever prescribed was the now-discontinued Cilest. Less than 24 hours after...
The modern pro-life movement began in the US, with fears that family values were being abolished. It is growing in the UK too, fueled by the recent collapse of abortion rights across the Atlantic. But what are these anti-abortion campaigners thinking? Before the...
Diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer just as lockdown hit and caring for her husband who was in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, Margaret Williams, 73, tells us her story.
Thirteen years of Tory rule, individualism and lack of community care breeds a toxic mentality in the people. I know this because I’m one of them, and so are you – and it’s time to actually do something about it.