Inmates describe the conditions inside the UK’s prisons amid the pandemic, shedding light on the Criminal Justice System’s deepening crisis.
New research has exposed a disturbing campaign to promote vaccine hesitancy among schoolchildren and parents.
Platforms connecting people for paid friendship have been on the rise during lockdown – but is the service being used for the right reasons?
The attacks on outdoor space disproportionately harm the city’s youth, who are facing exorbitant rent prices and already have few places to go.
In her new book, writer and researcher Amelia Horgan explores the many problems facing workers today and why fixing them will mean radically changing the very foundations of society.
Drivers have been on the receiving end of physical and verbal abuse from riders who refuse to wear a mask. They say that Uber has failed to protect them, reflecting a wider pattern of the app’s abysmal treatment of its workers.
Photographer Yuvan Kumar recounts documenting India’s curbside barbers last March, who were left fighting to survive in the face of a looming second lockdown and an impending calamity.
Growing numbers of Gen Zers are shunning their devices and embracing a way of life that they say is improving their mental health. But how easy is it really to kick the habit?
With venues becoming increasingly cashless and Covid rules making it difficult to build rapport with customers, restaurant and bar staff have had their tips slashed during the pandemic.
After hearing about some of the difficulties children were facing in lockdown, Bex Day decided to document subjects all under the age of 13 to explore just how significantly their lives had changed.
Government immigration policies are driving up Covid deaths. Writer Ziad Al-Qattan speaks with healthcare and human rights campaigners to find out why.
During the second wave of the pandemic, it was revealed that Covid patients with learning disabilities were given DNR notices. While shocking, the news spoke to a long history of sacrifices disproportionately falling on the shoulders of disabled people.