The lockdown jeopardises social support and material provision for the most vulnerable in our society
Faces of Cambridge: Why has it taken a pandemic for the Government to address the homelessness crisis?
Having a roof over your head is a basic human right
‘This coronavirus gave xenophobic people justification’: Speaking out against racism during the pandemic
The #speakout movement fights against xenophobia in Cambridge.
Working classes, as well as students dependent on part-time jobs, will be plunged into poverty
University ‘amber’ contingency plan is at odds with recent advice from PM Boris Johnson
Cambridge University’s response to Covid-19 shows a real lack of initiative and students deserve better
Why is the University waiting for our government to mandate changes before it acts?
Part 5: “He was dead from the cold. And this is what they’re doing” – how insensitive Council policies affect rough sleepers
“I have been called a ‘Tory’ and accused of peddling ‘right-wing dogwhistles’” – The Tab speaks to Peter McLaughlin