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
What do we want? What are our key issues? What do we think of the election campaign messages? And if we… Read more London: Calls for change
Gabor sees the rich-poor divide in London every day. Working at a garden centre, he sees wealthy customers coming and going.… Read more Tottenham: when I needed help
People who had never before even looked at Hull are suddenly paying it a lot of attention. This year, it… Read more Hull: why can’t it be better?
THE people of Sowerby Bridge won’t easily forget Boxing Day 2015. Like many communities across northern England, they were hit… Read more Sowerby Bridge: a tragedy going on
The Poverty Alliance brought together people from across Scotland who are marginalised by poverty, disability or other issues, and asked… Read more Scotland: I am a person
In a back room of York’s Central Methodist Church, a hundred metres from the famous Shambles and a few minutes’ walk from York Minster, volunteers are serving breakfast to some of the city’s most disadvantaged residents…
We’re at The Cedwarwood Trust in Meadow Well in North Shields, a neighbourhood on the banks of the River Tyne, where many people live in poverty…
Niall Cooper, Director of Church Action on Poverty, invites you to be part of sharing alternative voices in the 2017 General Election.