14,780 households were accepted as #homeless in the 3 months of 2016 - a rise of 9% compared to yr before. New CSJ research aims to address. 12 hours ago
Employees with poor #mentalhealth are less likely to discuss this with their employers. It’s time to address this. New CSJ research out soon 5 days ago
#Unemployment is a driver of poor #mentalhealth increasing anxiety about finances, social isolation & stigma. New CSJ research out soon. 6 days ago
The ending of a private tenancy remains the leading cause of #homelessness. New CSJ research soon aims to tackle causes of #homelessness 7 days ago
Nearly a 1/4 of all parents worry about hidden costs at state #schools. Selection is already happening. Read more https://t.co/HmEiJQ42jg 1 week ago
A child living in one of England’s most disadvantaged areas is 27 times more likely to go to an inadequate #school https://t.co/HmEiJQlDHQ 1 week ago

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