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Government loses Supreme Court case on determining ordinary residence of care user

Original post from Community Care


The government is to study urgently a Supreme Court ruling which criticised its decision making and statutory guidance in relation to determining the ordinary residence of care users. 1,602 more words


Gay Scots still facing prejudice and inequality

Original post from The Scotsman


Gay Scots still face widespread prejudice going about their everyday lives, a major new report today reveals. 499 more words


Extremism plan pushes the UK down a dangerously illiberal road

Original post from The Conversation

‘…………….By Thomas Scotto  Professor of Government at University of Essex

David Cameron has attacked British universities for failing to tackle extremism on their campuses. 934 more words


Watchdog backs DWP refusal to release 49 benefit deaths reports

Original post from Disabled Go News


The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been told by the information watchdog that it does not need to release secret reviews it carried out into the deaths of 49 benefit claimants. 977 more words


Exclusive Rights and Privileges?

Exclusive Rights and Privileges?

We all have a way of separating fact from fiction.  Sometimes the line is thin.  Sometimes there is no line at all.   937 more words