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Wednesday, 17 October 2018

Winter deaths in Scotland at highest level in 18 years

Winter deaths in Scotland at highest level in 18 years
- It said some GP practices have experienced higher than anticipated ... Age Scotland urged older people to reduce their risks of illness by keeping their ...

Victims of child sexual abuse detail experiences in online anthology

Victims of child sexual abuse detail experiences in online anthology
- The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has published an ... Among survivors, 85% reported an impact on their mental health, 43% on their ...

How Brexit is already hurting some of the poorest people in the world

How Brexit is already hurting some of the poorest people in the world
UK support for programmes mitigating climate change have also been hit. ... have very real consequences for millions of people still living in poverty.”.

Racism part of migrant poverty: ACOSS

Racism part of migrant poverty: ACOSS
- Discrimination is contributing to the poverty being experienced by some ... English is not the first language are at a higher risk of living in poverty.

UK aid projects have been 'scaled back' since the Brexit referendum

UK aid projects have been 'scaled back' since the Brexit referendum
UK aid projects have been 'scaled back' since the Brexit referendum ... Programmes aimed at alleviating poverty in the Congo Basin region and ...

Tory spin can't hide it: universal credit will leave millions poorer

Tory spin can't hide it: universal credit will leave millions poorer
- The Child Poverty Action Group has calculated that 4.3 million families, and ... If they ​want to help Britain's poorest children, they must think again.

Ireland can help to eradicate poverty around the world

Ireland can help to eradicate poverty around the world
- 1992 the UN declared October 17 International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Twenty-six years later the number of people living in extreme ...

Pensions poverty for millions of Britons failing to save enough for retirement

Pensions poverty for millions of Britons failing to save enough for retirement
- He said workplace pensions, where staff are automatically enrolled in a scheme by their employer, "have gone some way to challenging the UK ...

Zack Leader is competing to be the “first openly gay British superbike champion”

Zack Leader is competing to be the “first openly gay British superbike champion”
- This profile is part of Queerty's Out For Good series, recognizing those who came out to make a difference. The series will run throughout October in ...

Actors are hiding their sexuality for fear of losing leading roles

Actors are hiding their sexuality for fear of losing leading roles
- Star Trek actor George Takei has hit out about how many actors still have to hide their sexuality if they want lead roles in Hollywood. Takei, below, a ...

Gay Twitter slams Kanye West and Kim Kardashian for meeting Ugandan president

Gay Twitter slams Kanye West and Kim Kardashian for meeting Ugandan president
- Social media users have criticised Kanye West and Kim Kardashian for meeting with the president of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, who is notoriously ...

Adam Rippon Says He And Boyfriend Jussi-Pekka Kajaala Were Called 'F***ots' In New York

Adam Rippon Says He And Boyfriend Jussi-Pekka Kajaala Were Called 'F***ots' In New York
- an interview with UK LGBT glossy Attitude, out figure skater Adam Rippon said that he and his boyfriend were called “faggots” in New York City.

Next Generation Rights to LGBT Communities

Next Generation Rights to LGBT Communities
- The dark legacy of British colonial rule remained the motivation behind ... Worldwide, the demand for LGBT rights received impetus with the support of ...

In Indonesia, transgender women find haven in Islamic boarding school

In Indonesia, transgender women find haven in Islamic boarding school
- We believe it is our duty as Muslims to prevent this kind of LGBT behaviour and forbid it,” said Umar Said, a senior cleric with the hardline Islamic ...

Misogyny and hatred of older people could become hate crimes

Misogyny and hatred of older people could become hate crimes
- Sajid Javid, the home secretary, said: “Hate crime goes directly against the long-standing British values of unity, tolerance and mutual respect – and I ...

Peter Rhodes on flying fascinators, an idea for a TV game and a new crime of our time

Peter Rhodes on flying fascinators, an idea for a TV game and a new crime of our time
- IN repeated surveys, only about two per cent of the adult UK population identifies as gay, lesbian or bisexual. So you may think the LGBT community ...

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