The government is scrapping the Human Rights Act in a move that will hit marginalised people hardest.
For asylum seekers, who are given a paltry sum to live off by the Home Office, rising prices are set to make a desperate financial situation even worse.
The Chancellor’s Spring Statement offers very little to those hit hardest by the cost of living crisis and soaring energy prices.
After at least 27 people lost their lives in the deadliest channel crossing on record, hundreds gathered for a vigil outside the Home Office, demanding an end to the hostile environment.
The second day of Labour Conference saw the passing of a radical Green New Deal motion, Starmer coming out against nationalisation and a big win for the leadership − but at what cost?
People in dire financial straits are losing their homes because of a legal system that is failing to account for the impact of the pandemic.
The Government‘s plan to make voter ID mandatory is merely an attempt to shut out the voices of the country‘s most marginalised and will only deepen inequality, writes Rhammel Afflick.
Throughout the pandemic, the government has neglected students – particularly when it comes to housing. But a group of old school activists are stepping in and using radical politics to fight for a younger generation.
Earlier this week, the Education Secretary announced plans to tackle ‘silencing’ views at University. The move is merely a distraction from the far graver issues students face, argues uni student, Kimi Chaddah.
As calls for a second referendum grow louder, TikTok is giving young Scots a platform to carry on their fight through lockdown and to build solidarity with other independence movements.
Frontline migrant health workers are risking their lives amid the pandemic, all while being made to pay extortionate visa charges. When will the Government care for the people who care for others?
The Stansted 15 won their appeal. But the fight to end the hostile environment remains ongoing.