Moira Letby

I lost my home to crumbling cliffs – my coastal community is the canary in the coal mine
Election 2024

I lost my home to crumbling cliffs – my coastal community is the canary in the coal mine

After Kevin Jordan was made homeless by climate change he began organising to try and make those in power take the thread of the crisis seriously.

Written by: Kevin Jordan

Is the evolution of the FIFA game soundtracks a reflection of our changing views of masculinity?
Music

Is the evolution of the FIFA game soundtracks a reflection of our changing views of masculinity?

Lad rock is out, emotionally vulnerable pop is in, but what does the changing face of the musical accompaniment to one of the world’s most popular game franchises tell us about contemporary masculinity? Ali Shutler investigates.

Written by: Ali Shutler

Join us for Rishi Sunak’s Leaving Drinks
Election 2024

Join us for Rishi Sunak’s Leaving Drinks

Huck is teaming up with our friends at Dalston Superstore and Queer House Party to bring you an election night viewing party like no other.

Written by: Ben Smoke

My journey through the immigration system shows things must change
Election 2024

My journey through the immigration system shows things must change

Forced to live life under the radar, then locked in detention before finally getting a temporary right to remain after 24 years, Nico is urging the next government to bring kindness and compassion into Britain’s asylum system.

Written by: Nico, a refugee from Zimbabwe

Why is Neil Diamond’s mega-hit ‘Sweet Caroline’ so intoxicating for sports fans?
Outdoors

Why is Neil Diamond’s mega-hit ‘Sweet Caroline’ so intoxicating for sports fans?

During this summer’s edition of the Euros, one certainty is the ubiquity of Diamond’s 1969 hit. But how and why did it gain such a storied place in England fans’ hearts? Jimmy McIntosh investigates.

Written by: Jimmy McIntosh

My life as an LGBTQ asylum seeker in the UK
Election 2024

My life as an LGBTQ asylum seeker in the UK

Although the UK is more tolerant than the country they fled, the government's persecution of migrants and LGBTQ people, as well as the labyrinthine asylum system, continues to make torture survivor King feel unsafe.

Written by: King, a client at Freedom from Torture

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