Comparing Britain's current economic climate to the swinging 60s, 70s punk or 80s and 90s rave culture is a lie convenient to those with power and money.
The Tories don't give a shit about Builth Wells 99 percent of the time, but it's suddenly a place of national importance when it's time to go on the campaign trail.
A decade of decay has seen Northamptonshire Council go bankrupt, but will cuts to public services decide the election in this marginal seat?
When Donovan Gardner began working at the Transformation CPR food bank ten years ago, they gave out 84 meals a year. Today, they provide 16,000 per month.
The government rarely acknowledges the fact that poverty forces vulnerable people into sex work. Will it listen now?
The election campaign could be ugly, but it's a choice between Brexit or Corbyn.
Chancellor Sajid Javid proclaimed that austerity is coming to an end, before clarifying that austerity is very much not coming to an end.
We spoke to Frances Ryan about her new book, 'Crippled: Austerity and the Demonisation of Disabled People'.
Peer support is an important part of recovery, but universities must also improve their services.
We spoke to campaigners and a knife crime victim about what needs to be done to tackle the "epidemic" of youth street violence.
“I was brought up on convenience foods. When you’ve got a parent who’s busy, they go to convenience and there’s nothing wrong with that.”
Why campaigners want to repeal the "Vagrancy Act".