There has always been one asset the Conservative party has had over Labour since Margaret Thatcher’s election in 1979, and that is the sheer ruthlessness of their convictions.
Tag Archives: Children
If we are serious about raising school results, we’ll have to target resources towards early years and catch-up classes in primary schools. This will require the government to make tough decisions about spending on secondary education.
Children brought up by gay couples are healthier and have better relationships with their families, according to a new Australian-based study.
It’s time for child neglect laws to change so that they take account of emotional, as well as physical, abuse.
The gap between asylum support and mainstream benefit rates is leaving thousands of children in severe poverty, new analysis from The Children’s Society shows.
Andrew Neilson, director of campaigns at the Howard League for Penal Reform, reports on the worrying figures on the number of children held in segregation.