UN report compares Tory welfare policies to creation of workhouses

UN poverty expert hits back over UK ministers’ ‘denial of facts’

Amber Rudd has no cause for complaint to the UN about damning poverty report

UK’s Brexit obsession will diminish country, says UN poverty expert

Government policy makes people ill – and the NHS pays the price

In modern Britain, hunger has become normal. That is an outrage

Disabled people ‘driven to breaking point’ by cuts, says UN expert

I have to treat patients like objects: the harsh reality of working in dementia care

Social care is a slow-motion car crash. Watch out, it’s heading for you

Tory council chief warns of social care funding shortfall

New mental capacity legislation ‘is still flawed and fails on protection’

Number of people with dementia living alone predicted to double

Dementia: The greatest health challenge of our time

Nursing body failed to deal fairly with PIP assessment complaints, says regulator

Direct action pledge after DWP pays tabloid to air-brush universal credit

TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference: ‘Rail industry must be forced to act on access’

Determined Dundonald mum who has dementia says ‘I’m still living, I’m not suffering’

Living With Dementia: An Interview with Chris Roberts and his Wife Jayne

More than 2,000 in Shropshire could have undiagnosed dementia

Over 60 MPs support Alzheimer’s Society’s call for new £2.4bn Dementia Fund

‘I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at 30 – now my twins, 2, might get it too’

Welsh Dementia Champion Receives the Points of Light Award

Inside the Dutch ‘dementia village’ that offers beer, bingo, and top-notch healthcare

Dear Alzheimer’s: Letters from a man living with dementia

We are the storm: The power of a shared voice

ROYAL COMMISSION: Dementia support is around end of life, not living

Whorlton Hall: Ten arrested over abuse allegations

Care home fined over resident’s chlorine tablet death

New My Carer skill on Alexa launched to help people living with dementia

Sandra’s story: ‘In just two months, nearly all of Mum’s savings had been spent on her dementia care’

Dementia nurses provide a lifeline for carers that is all too rare

The need for specialist nurses in dementia care

‘My five-year-old has dementia, but I won’t let it take away his childhood’: Mum of boy with rare illness explains why she created a bucket list of memories

Lauren Laverne shares personal reason she decided to back campaign to make music free for dementia patients

Campaign to Make Music Free For People With Dementia Launched in UK

The power of music: Vicky McClure’s dementia choir