Our 'Poverty and social security: where next?' series has been discussing how a future government should mend our social security system. In the final blog, Fran Bennett considers the key challenges and directions for change.
Today marks the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO). Madeleine Moon MP, president of the NATO parliamentary assembly, reflects on past achievements and present challenges.
KATE GREEN MP: The world is changing rapidly. If our social security system is to protect us, we need to reimagine its purpose.
LOUISA MCGEEHAN: Child poverty is not inevitable. To prevent it, a first priority for government must be reinvesting in children.
STEPHEN BRADLEY: A new direction for Labour’s traditional Northern Irish allies the SDLP suggests Labour should consider fighting elections in the region again.
NICK SMITH MP: The government and key financial regulators need to do far more to protect people against rogue financial advice.