A recent High Court ruling against the right to wild camp in Dartmoor National Park sparked the largest land protest in history – and campaigners say their fight is not over yet.
A new exhibitions brings together the work of photographers who documented the deep unrest of these pivotal decades.
Theo McInnes’s photos of the annual event provide an intriguing snapshot of contemporary Britain.
After blocking the Scottish government’s gender recognition reform bill, Westminster is now devising further changes to the law to make it harder for trans people to self-identify.
Since 2007, Gideon Mendel has made 20 trips to document floods in 13 countries. The result is an alarming record of what has already been lost to the climate emergency.
After building his reputation covering the US civil rights movement in the 1960s, the photographer went on to produce some of the most enduring images of the past century.