Proposals to introduce a minimum GCSE threshold for student loans will disproportionately affect those from marginalised backgrounds.
The government is hiding behind falling unemployment figures while workers in almost every industry continue to suffer, writes Ella Glover.
British photographer Steve Lazarides’s new book, Rave Captured, is a snapshot of defiant fun after a time of economic turmoil.
Students taking action to support striking lecturers are being met with stringent measures from universities.
With abuse of call-centre staff on the rise, many are now speaking out about the hostility they’ve faced.
Campaigners who’ve set up a protest camp in Ryebank Fields are calling for an end to plans to sell the land for development.
Ahead of the release of their new book, authors Will Stronge and Kyle Lewis tell us how reducing the working week could advance multiple social causes.
Punitive university policies around illicit substance use are failing students – but what would an alternative approach look like?
With Covid-19 pushing more people into insecure work, many women are finding themselves in uncomfortable and sometimes dangerous situations without workplace protections.
In an oral history, the people at the centre of a pioneering harm reduction approach explain how Merseyside avoided an AIDS crisis among injecting drug users which was replicated globally and saved untold lives.