Clare's law: how the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme works

Briefing Mon 26 Jan, AT 15:36

Abusive pasts of over 1,300 violent partners revealed under Clare's law – but is the law being applied fairly?

Dimbleby Cancer Care

Charity of the week Thu 22 Jan, AT 14:40

Providing practical and psychological support to people living with cancer

Page 3 of The Sun newspaper

Page 3: topless models make a rapid return to The Sun

One-Minute Read Thu 22 Jan, AT 12:04

'The fight is back on' say campaigners who had previously celebrated the end of the 'sexist' feature

A ladyboy at a cabaret in Thailand

Third gender laws: Thailand to 'buck the biological binary'

Briefing Mon 19 Jan, AT 15:44

Thailand to recognise a third gender, as attitudes towards transgender and intersex people slowly shift

Richest 1% 'to own more than everyone else combined'

One-Minute Read Mon 19 Jan, AT 10:08

Oxfam warns that such 'staggering' global inequality will set the fight against poverty back decades

Blood Pressure UK

Charity of the week Fri 16 Jan, AT 11:26

Working to lower the nation's blood pressure

Justice for Men and Boys: what we learnt from the manifesto

Summary Wed 14 Jan, AT 15:48

Britain's anti-feminist party says men are underrepresented in politics and compares feminists to Nazis

The YoungMinds Parents' Helpline

Charity of the week Thu 8 Jan, AT 15:35

Free, confidential emotional support

Hangover cures: the world's strangest remedies

Summary Thu 1 Jan, AT 08:00

From dried bull's penis in Italy to the Filipino duck embryo – every culture has its own idea of the best hangover cure