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Taken during the only dull week of a long, hot summer in 1966, Peter Brabban's 'Newcastle Project' captures a city in the process of modernisation.
As demand for services rises, low pay and poor conditions are pushing third sector workers into the arms of other charities.
As public anger over Erdoğan's response to the disaster grows, the focus on government culpability is being splintered by the promotion of conspiracy theories online and through state-owned media.
Thousands of Londoners each day will see how the BikeStormz movement has transformed life for young riders in the capital.
Exploring a world that doesn’t fit into the neat narrative of "Putin’s Russia", photographer Nadia Sablin takes a decade-long look at a small village and its inhabitants, institutions, nature, and mythology.
Between 1998 and 2010, Simon Wheatley rode the old Silverlink line across London's northern inner-suburbs, capturing their cultural diversity and stark inequalities up close.