This Wednesday - A Brief History of British Imperialism:
From Slavery to the Special Relationship
Among its many achievements, the Black Lives Matter movement has sparked a much-needed debate about the legacy of the British Empire and its role in shaping our society today. Britain’s blood-soaked imperial history still
With the places we love beginning to open, a lot of us are feeling wary about navigating the new 'normal'. In fact, a recent poll on our social media channels revealed 75% of our audience felt anxious about the lifting of restrictions.
Do you know how many unpaid carers there are in the UK?
I was astounded by the new figures released this week, which estimate that it’s 13.6 million. That means that one in four UK adults is now providing unpaid care to their older, disabled or ill friends or
Italians over 80 'will be left to die' as country overwhelmed by coronavirus
Coronavirus victims in Italy will be denied access to intensive care if they are aged 80 or more or in poor health should pressure on beds increase, a document prepared by a crisis management unit in Turin propose.
Some patients denied intensive care will in effect be left to die, doctors fear.
The unit has drawn up a protocol, seen by The Telegraph, that will determine which patients receive treatment in
Campaign! The NPC’s monthly bulletin for activists in the pensioners’ movement The race to Downing Street December 2019 Issue 149 W ith the General Election campaign in full swing, Political Parties are setting out their policies and plans to get voters to elect them into power. Key issues such as the Brexit, the NHS, social care, pensions, housing, energy and transport remain high on the agenda, but new and wider concerns around climate change and the environment and digital infrastructure