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EU foster children should be given automatic British citizenship, charity says

Coram, a legal children's centre specialising in adoption and fostering services, has warned that thousands of children risk being left undocumented when the UK leaves the European Union because they are unaware of the EU settlement scheme or find it too complicated

No-deal Brexit would be ‘catastrophic’, farmers warn

Unlike some livestock farming, arable farmers have not been offered any protection against cheaper imports and also face the prospect of an increase in export tariffs

Vaginal mesh surgery to be allowed again following safety ban

In July 2018 vaginal mesh procedures, used to treat incontinence in women, were halted as part of an independent safety review led by Baroness Cumberlege, days after she had spoken to women injured by mesh

Small firms have ‘no resources’ for no-deal Brexit planning

The organisation has told Sky News that many are finding it impossible to make decisions ahead of a week's time when the UK could be leaving the EU if the prime minister's efforts to agree an extension to the current 29 March deadline fail

Holidays on hold and uncertainty over pets as Brexit confusion continues

Like thousands of other families hoping to go away during the Easter break, Colleen has pressed pause on her plans

Major surgical mesh manufacturer Bard to pull vaginal implant products

All mesh made by Bard used in stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse surgery is being voluntary withdrawn from hospitals and distribution centres with a deadline of two weeks

From waste to resource: Is this the future for plastic?

The traditional system of getting rid of waste is linear: packaging is made, used and disposed

‘Disgraceful’ figures reveal soaring rate of child poverty in privately rented...

New research from the National Housing Federation (NHF) has found that almost half of all children living in rented homes live in poverty despite two-thirds of their families being in work