UK's five richest families 'worth more than poorest 20%'

First Reaction Mon 17 Mar, AT 12:52

As inequality grows in the UK, Oxfam calls on George Osborne to mind the gap

Charity chiefs charged with getting fat-cat pay

Talking Point Wed 7 Aug, AT 12:48

Top charity executives are accused of hypocrisy as their six-figure salaries are revealed


Charity of the week Thu 17 Jan, AT 11:59

Helping fight poverty for 70 years

Poor to bear brunt of welfare cap passed in Commons vote

Talking Point Wed 9 Jan, AT 09:41

David Miliband leads Labour's attack on 'rancid' bill capping benefits at 1% - but it passes by 56 votes

Fears for developing countries as food prices soar in July

One-Minute Read Fri 31 Aug, AT 10:11

World Bank calls for governments to act as droughts lead to spike in prices of corn, soybean and wheat

Famine and riot fears as extreme weather pushes up food prices

One-Minute Read Thu 9 Aug, AT 15:23

US drought triggers huge hike in maize prices, while rain in Brazil causes sugar cane prices to leap

Big Brother Brian sues ITV2 for 'stealing' Towie idea

The Tabloids Wed 28 Mar, AT 14:17

Red top tales: BB winner Belo says Essex show was his idea, 3D nude scene 'terrible' for Kate

East Africa famine

How Horn of Africa drought became a deadly famine

Briefing Wed 18 Jan, AT 15:23

Early warning systems were ignored because aid agencies and government were scared of being wrong

Roger Federer Andy Roddick Wimbledon

Oxfam to gain £100,000 if Federer wins Wimbledon

News Sat 19 Jun, AT 12:23

Oxfordshire man put a bet on Swiss tennis star – and then died, leaving everything to charity