While the Bill is almost certainly going to be passed, now isn’t the time to give up the fight.
Over the weekend, hundreds of people attended protests against a controversial policing bill ahead of it being debated in the Commons this week.
Over the weekend, thousands of protestors came together to condemn the Government for its countless failures and continued corruption.
With the Bill returning to Parliament in early July, heavy-handed policing at nationwide protests and the G7 should fuel our fight against this legislation.
The wellness industry may be booming, but many yoga teachers are struggling to make ends meet as countless tech start-ups, apps and large gym chains monopolise the market and undercut pay.
Organisers from CAPE – a network of grassroots groups fighting prison expansion – explain why the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill would harm society’s most vulnerable.
Ahead of more protests this weekend opposing the Government’s draconian policing bill, Jeremy Corbyn outlines why we must keep the pressure on and protect our right to speak out.
With hate crimes on the rise and trust in the institutions tasked with dealing with them swiftly declining, a new street defence movement is coming out to protect queer Londoners from violence.
New figures from the police monitoring group Netpol reporting dozens of injuries to protestors across just three demos prove why we must fight against the Government’s policing bill.
Last weekend, protests in Bristol were met with horrifying levels of police brutality. These scenes should galvanise people in defending their fundamental right to protest, writes the MP for Coventry South.