This week marks the 40th anniversary of Gay’s The Word, a UK institution that fought police raids to become a hub of social activism.
London’s Greek Street has spent decades fending off threats from developers, maintaining its old ‘shit’ Soho charm in the process.
Since Christmas Day, 100 people have crossed the English Channel seeking refuge and asylum in what is being called a ‘major’ national crisis.
Yesterday, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the home office in support of the activists, who were convicted after blocking a deportation flight in 2017.
Two years of constant political arguments and very little progress over Brexit has come to a head. Please, Theresa – put us all out of our misery.
While it’s easy to switch off, Brexit will shape British politics, and our lives, for a generation – so we owe it to ourselves not to clock out.
Photographer Rob Bremner captures a city brimming with character and style; filled with people living defiantly in the face of difficulty.
Sex work has always been a precarious profession – but now the UK government is now pushing it to its limits.
The iconic photographer reflects on the North, and the locations that have inspired him over the years: ‘The place is still as bonkers as ever, it’s very surreal.’
‘Like an IKEA for cats’: photographer Joe Hart heads to the most prestigious event on the UK’s feline calendar.
Forced Entertainment is a radical, Sheffield-based company that has spent 34 years dismantling everything we thought we knew about performance.
The UK territory, which lies on the southern tip of Spain, is facing an uncertain future thanks to the result of the EU referendum. Photographer Luke Archer captures the fallout.