Aiyush Pachnanda

Joy, sweat and tears at Fall Out Boy's intimate UK shows
Music

Joy, sweat and tears at Fall Out Boy's intimate UK shows

Photographer Aiyush Pachnanda captures everything that went down when the emo legends came to London to play their smallest UK show in years at one of the city's most historic LGBTQ+ venues.

Written by: Emma Garland

The fight against the refugee ban will be won in the streets
Activism

The fight against the refugee ban will be won in the streets

Thousands gathered outside Parliament this week to protest the Tories' new Illegal Migration Bill, which is being met with widespread backlash from human rights organisations to football pundits.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Trans people aren't a threat to women's rights, the state is
Activism

Trans people aren't a threat to women's rights, the state is

A call for unity — As far-right radicalism escalates in the UK, it's time we started treating transphobic hate crimes, anti-migrant protests, and police violence against women as part of the same problem.

Written by: Tommy Vickerstaff and Liv Wynter

The pioneering chef bringing a taste of Palestine to London
Culture

The pioneering chef bringing a taste of Palestine to London

All about Akub — At his West Bank restaurant, Fadi Kattan established himself as the voice of modern Palestinian cuisine. Now, he’s bringing his innovative, bold flavours to the UK’s capital.

Written by: Frances Leach

Saving people at sea should never be a crime
Activism

Saving people at sea should never be a crime

Drop the chargers — A group of aid workers face imprisonment for helping to save people fleeing their homes at sea. If they are charged, it will have a chilling effect on humanitarian efforts, writes Ben Smoke.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Thousands protest in London over deaths in police custody
Activism

Thousands protest in London over deaths in police custody

End state violence — Over the weekend, the United Families & Friends Campaign organised a protest calling for an end to deaths at the hands of the police.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Why we should fear the Tories’ fresh attacks on protest
Activism

Why we should fear the Tories’ fresh attacks on protest

Police state — As the Public Order Bill returns to Parliament today, activists and campaigners are sounding the alarm over what they’re calling a rollback of human rights.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Photos of protestors burning their energy bills in London
Activism

Photos of protestors burning their energy bills in London

Enough is enough — Over the weekend, thousands came together across the country over the greed and exploitation that is driving the energy crisis.

Written by: Ben Smoke

The answer to today’s crises lies in ownership
Books

The answer to today’s crises lies in ownership

Adrienne Buller and Mathew Lawrence discuss their new book, which offers a road map to transforming the landscape of property, politics and power today.

Written by: Amelia Horgan

Photos of anti-monarchy protestors gathered in London
Activism

Photos of anti-monarchy protestors gathered in London

‘Not my king!‘ — Yesterday, demonstrators gathered outside of Parliament to voice their concerns about the monarchy and the crackdown on dissent.

Written by: Huck

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