Over the weekend, London locals came together to resist a pre-planned police raid targeting delivery drivers.
The police response to an attempted intervention in an immigration raid in South East London has been labelled ‘brutality’ by campaigners.
A move to refer the Colston Four’s acquittal to the Court of Appeal is nothing but an attempt to undermine our right to protest, writes Ben Smoke.
Now lasting for over 100 days, food couriers in Sheffield are continuing to lead a strike in protest of their pay cut.
Earlier this week, protestors gathered in Westminster to call for an end to the imprisonment of pregnant people.
The Chancellor’s Spring Statement offers very little to those hit hardest by the cost of living crisis and soaring energy prices.
With two million displaced by the war, people scrambling to find safety are being met with callous immigration systems and racism at the border.
A damning report from the police watchdog should make clear that the police are beyond reform, argues Ben Smoke.
The internet furore surrounding a certain NY-based furniture designer should make us question whether condemning people in the harshest possible terms harms more than it helps.
With a new bill seeking to further criminalise asylum seekers, the work of a group of volunteers monitoring small boats in the English Channel is all the more vital.
Last night, hundreds came together to rally against the government’s PCSC Bill in Westminster as it grows ever closer to becoming law.
This weekend protestors gathered in solidarity with the nine demonstrators sent to prison for breaking an injunction preventing them from blocking roads.