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INTERVIEW: Anna Soubry MP speaks with the Parliamentary Review

In light of the European elections tomorrow, we got in touch with Anna Soubry MP to discuss her views on Brexit, the Conservative Party and Change UK.

British Steel put into insolvency

British Steel has collapsed and been put into liquidation, risking 5,000 jobs and threatening a further 20,000 in the supply chain. The government’s Official Receiver has now taken control of the company

British Steel enters final stages of talks with government

British Steel, the second largest producer of steel in the UK, is on the edge of going into administration as it enters the final phase of its talks with government.

Bridging the Gap respond to BBC care findings

Teenagers in care are placed in unregulated homes and left vulnerable to organised crime the BBC reported yesterday.

INTERVIEW: Dr Sarah Wollaston MP talks with The Parliamentary Review

With the European elections in sight, we spoke with Dr Sarah Wollaston MP from Change UK to find out what she and her party hope to achieve in these elections and in British politics more generally.

OPINION: We are all guests on this precious Earth: let's look after our gracious host

We are no longer gracious guests inhabiting planet Earth, but greedy pirates squandering our inheritance – both now and for future generations that will follow us.

DCMS Select Committee: Sport has "unique power" to change lives

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee have released a report detailing the social impact of participation in culture and sport. Describing the “unique power” of sport and culture to improve lives, reduce crime and regenerate communities, they criticised the “failure” of the government to “recognise and harness social impact.” In order to assess the impact of such initiatives on the ground, we spoke to Wave Leisure Trust, a charity and social enterprise that aims to inspire an active lifestyle.

Incisive Health report: "Care deserts" have formed across the UK

According to a report published by Age UK and Incisive Health, “care deserts” have formed across the UK. The report defines “care deserts” as areas without access to sufficient care and argues the existence, and growth, of these areas demonstrates that “radical and immediate action is required to stabilise the sector.” To assess the findings of the report, and to see what should happen next, we spoke to Kathy Maslen, Resident Manager of Genuine Care.

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