David McCarthy put everything into becoming a self-employed lorry driver, even sleeping in his truck so he could save for… Read more I had a double-stroke. Then benefit delays cost me everything I’d worked for
Michael shouldn’t even have been on Universal Credit. He says it made his situation worse.
My name is Shirley Eaton. This is my food bank story.
My name is Anne. I am a nursery worker and I am in poverty. This is my story…
WHAT a busy few weeks it has been! Church Action on Poverty’s Poverty Media Coordinator Gavin Aitchison reflects on how… Read more Looking back and looking forward
It’s a few days after the attack on the Manchester Arena. Coupled with the fact it’s exam time, and the… Read more Salford: ‘Keep things alive’
A hot summer’s evening in east Birmingham. The first proper one of the year, and in Bromford, children are out… Read more Birmingham: Brexit and building community
Penzance is, quite literally, the end of the line. The great south western route ends here at the beautiful Cornish… Read more Cornwall: ‘You can’t eat the view’
It’s a lovely sunny day, and the holidaymakers of Rhyl, north Wales, bustle around looking for something to spend… Read more Rhyl: ‘Society is falling apart’
Tanya Lawson is crystal clear on her message to the election candidates: “Abolish zero-hours contracts.” Tanya, pictured below, now has… Read more Stockton: The anguish of zero-hours work