The Prime Minister is under significant pressure after revelations about parties being held at Number 10. FFS looked at the ways a Prime Minister can be unseated.
Three out of every four care home places are now provided by private companies, according to new data which reveals the growing privatisation of care.
Financial comfort for young people surveyed was largely determined by their access to parental support. Respondents without access to a parental safety net said they were more likely to rely on higher cost forms of credit, like payday loans, to get by.
Boris Johnson’s press conference on 4 January updated the public on the UK Government’s response to the Omicron variant of Covid-19, and he made a series of comments encouraging people to get a booster vaccination.
The Scottish Government has been urged to scrap controversial standardised testing in schools after figures revealed that as few as 52 per cent of pupils completed them.
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact Scotland and the rest of the UK, with further restrictions in place as the Omicron variant spreads rapidly.
Campaigners are calling for Scotland to keep its "promise" to ensure those in care grow up"loved, safe and respected" as figures show a record number of young people died last year.
Almost a third of Scotland’s streets have higher levels of toxic particle air pollution than they did before the Covid-19 pandemic.
The UK Government has awarded a £14 million COP26 contract to a company which sacked dozens of workers just weeks before Christmas 2020.