Lockdown Easing Prompts Surge In The Number Of People Going To Parks

There’s been a surge in the number of people going to parks as lockdown relaxed. Footfall in UK parks shot up in recent days and is now higher than it was on some days just before lockdown started on March 23. More people also went to grocery stores and drugstores in recent days, as wellContinue reading “Lockdown Easing Prompts Surge In The Number Of People Going To Parks”

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Poverty Not Only Inflicts Suffering

Millions of children are living in poverty in the United Kingdom and this marks the 20th anniversary of Labour’s promise to eradicate child hunger. Much progress was made under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown but that good work was destroyed by the Conservatives, and there have been debates about how you measure child hunger, butContinue reading “Poverty Not Only Inflicts Suffering”

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Child protection, Social Work And The Media

There’s always notable press coverage of the work of child protection social workers and it’s right that the abuses of power and injustices by social workers are revealed and examined and for that purpose, it’s necessary to explore social workers misunderstanding and the rising perversion of section 17 of the 1989 Children Act. Section 17Continue reading “Child protection, Social Work And The Media”

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£900,000 Plans To Reduce Winter Fuel Deaths

Fears of a sharp increase in deaths brought about by rising energy bills has induced the Government to unveil a £900,000 plan to battle fuel poverty. The percentage of overabundant winter deaths is too high and, the Government is determining the vulnerable households and, those people aged above 75 or children less than five, orContinue reading “£900,000 Plans To Reduce Winter Fuel Deaths”

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Company Businesses Get Profit From The Unemployed

The long term out of work will have to engage in work placements in return for their social security, under strict rules launched by the Chancellor George Osborne. Workfare is an unorthodox design to orthodox social welfare techniques and, was first announced by civil rights pioneer James Charles Evers in 1968, but, it was madeContinue reading “Company Businesses Get Profit From The Unemployed”

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Dickensian Britain 2013

The poverty in some sections of Great Britain is a reflection of a Dickensian Era, leaving schools to struggle; as a growing amount of children go without the most fundamental skills. This nation was meant to have grown and, with higher standards, but instead children are coming to school incapable of dressing themselves or being ableContinue reading “Dickensian Britain 2013”

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