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Food banks are 'profiteering', government claims

Food banks guilty of "emotionally manipulative publicity-seeking".

The government accuses food bank operators of profiteering and "publicity-seeking", after new figures reveal a surge in the number of people resorting to their use.

Immigrant Stories

Immigrant stories: The British citizen who was stripped of her passport

Jean and Frank at the London Aquarium. They have now been apart 15 months.

Trapped in Zambia with her children: Another victim of a broken immigration system.

In other news...

Doing God: Why is Cameron calling himself 'evangelical'?

Religion in Britain: Surveys show decline in Christian faith

The prime minister's sudden shift to religious rhetoric has a political motive.

Scottish Tories compare comprehensive schools to rubbish collection

Ruth Davidson: Scotland shouldn't be "too proud" to adopt English school system

The leader of the Scottish Conservatives risks angering parents after comparing sending children to local comprehensive schools to putting out the rubbish.

Teachers gather for the largest UK teachers' union conference

Teachers from across the UK will be gathering in Birmingham at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, over the Easter weekend to debate motions for which members from across the UK have voted.

Teachers set to inspect the inspectors

NASUWT is launching an ‘Inspect the Inspectors’ online tool, which gives teachers and school leaders the opportunity to critique how inspection was carried out in their school.

NHS must renew hygiene efforts to tackle "unacceptable and avoidable" infection rates

MRSA Action UK fully endorses the latest NICE quality standard.

Life outside London - What's the market like if we ignore the Capital?

The London housing market is attracting significant attention at the moment - not least because house prices are rising rapidly in the capital.

Housing strategy in London to tackle demand/supply gap

The declared target in the strategy of 42,000 homes per annum, with over a third being affordable, is welcome – if challenging.

First-time buyers buck usual seasonal dip in February

There were more first-time buyers in February than any previous February since 2007.

Religious Education teachers invited to a free day conference on including non-religious perspectives

The British Humanist Association (BHA) is presenting a free day conference for teachers on exploring Humanism and non-religious perspectives within Religious Education (RE) lessons.

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