A new report has claimed that modern diesel cars produce 10 times more toxic air pollution than heavy trucks and buses.

Research has found that rough sleepers are victim to excessive levels of abuse by the public, including theft, sexual assault and physical violence

Almost half of workers would stay in work if they were offered more flexibility by their employers in later life.

The ‘unacceptably dangerous’ prison population of England and Wales should be cut to 45,000, a group of politicians have suggested.

Surrey County Council has unveiled plans to build 600 homes for older and disabled people within the next decade, in a bid to save £3 million annually.

The Department of Health (DH) has awarded local authorities with a share of a £25 million housing and technology fund for people with learning disabilities.

The Health Select Committee has raised concern over the high number of people in England taking their own lives, warning the figure was ‘unacceptably high’.

Councils will be allowed to increase council tax by six per cent over the next two years in order to fund social care services.

Major relationship support providers may not be sufficiently reaching families in or at risk of poverty, a new report claims.

Jeremy Corbyn has claimed that the lack of social care funding leaving elderly people isolated is a ‘crisis made in Downing Street’.

Councils in England and Wales could be given power to increase council taxes to fund the social care system, it has been reported.

The Fire Brigades Union have warned that budget cuts are beginning to slowly undermine the effectiveness of fire services in England and Wales.

The campaign group Doctors Against Diesel have joined the argument for banning diesel vehicles in London.

Transform Ageing, a new initiative to better support the needs of people in later life living in the South West has been launched.

Local authorities spend an average of less than one per cent of their public health budget on mental health, Mind has claimed.

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