After last week’s devastating Conservative victory, we catch up with Labour activists and volunteers to hear how they’re keeping the fight alive.
The next government urgently needs to commit to funding domestic abuse services, writes Adina Claire of Women’s Aid.
Because if there’s one thing your nan loves more than the Daily Mail, it’s you.
Caught up in a purge of parody Twitter accounts, beloved (and imaginary) non-league side Streatham Rovers now face an existential threat.
With migration once more on the political agenda this election, Minnie Rahman explains why Labour must support freedom of movement.
Newcastle should be one of the best cities in the world – so why is it crumbling? In the latest instalment of Cut Out, writer Alex Niven explores how Tory cuts destroyed his hometown.
With few years left to act, the Green Party candidate tells us the next government will be decisive in tackling the Climate Emergency.
Scotland is traditionally portrayed as socialist in character – but is this true? James Greig examines the history of conservative politics in the country.
They’re panicked, angry and desperate for relevancy. If they don’t get that, they will settle for revenge.
Four weeks on from the general election, photographer Theo McInnes reflects on his time documenting Labour's campaign that succeeded against the odds.
Protesters gathered in Parliament Square last weekend to oppose the Conservative-DUP coalition, chanting for the rights of women, LGBTQ people and those whose lives were lost in Grenfell.
#SHEvotes is a campaign calling for young women's voices to be heard in the current political landscape, looking to put power and positivity back into the act of taking to the ballots.