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.
Social prescribing connects people with non-medical support to improve their health and wellbeing – but some experts worry it’s just a stick plaster solution.
Activists and campaigners are fighting back against new laws that would seriously undermine the ability to take industrial action, calling it an attack on fundamental workers' rights.
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.
A new law change is enabling Britain’s donor-conceived children to know the truth about their origins – but campaigners say the fertility industry must do more to protect people.
Author Edward Banches dicusses his new book, which examines the hard rock and metal scenes in five African countries: Botswana, Togo, South Africa, Kenya and Ghana.