Wealth inequality and the rising cost of socialising is placing a strain on people’s relationships, reports Eve Upton-Clark.
50 years since its inception, and the campaign calling for recognition that capitalism depends on domestic labour is as pertinent as ever.
With inflation now at a 40-year-high of 9 per cent, demonstrations organised by TUC took place to demand action from the government.
The past five years have seen a staggering increase in foodbank usage across the UK. Now, staff fear things are set to get much worse.
Amid a cost of living crisis, many young adults are now wondering: is there any point in saving for the future?
Shifting the focus from the cost of living crisis to tackling obesity while many starve or freeze is farcical and pointless, writes Fatzine founder Gina Tonic.
The government is hiding behind falling unemployment figures while workers in almost every industry continue to suffer, writes Ella Glover.
For asylum seekers, who are given a paltry sum to live off by the Home Office, rising prices are set to make a desperate financial situation even worse.
People gathered across the country in demonstrations sparked by a steep rise in the energy price cap.