One year on from the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban, Tiara Ataii speaks to those who have been forced to make the treacherous journey to Europe for safety, and the barriers and horrors they have faced.
While the popular news aggregation service has been kicked off Twitter, its demise does not spell the end of digestible misinformation.
The channel may be in crisis already, but its eerie similarity to the beginnings Fox News suggest that its threats should not yet be overlooked.
While the Bill is almost certainly going to be passed, now isn’t the time to give up the fight.
Thanks to Sisters Uncut’s tireless campaigning, an authoritarian bill that intends to crack down on protesting and increase police powers has been delayed until at least the summer, reports Politics Editor Ben Smoke.
Director Matt Wolf speaks to Huck about his documentary on the elusive Marion Stokes, a radical who recorded over 70,000 tapes worth of TV news.
Online spaces used by the LGBTQ community are now being infiltrated by a dangerous brand of homophobes known as ‘Kitos’.
Racism, bigotry, and a slowly shifting centre – writer Micha Frazer-Carroll explores how the British press became partisan without anyone noticing.
In a new series, we seek advice from some of the world’s most notable activists – starting with writer and environmentalist George Monbiot.
As a young person, it often feels like you don’t have a voice. However, a new exhibition seeks to change that, inviting teenage photographers to tackle subjects from identity to homelessness.
The bowl, which is located in the Selfridges store on Oxford Street, operates as a literal embodiment of skate’s entanglement with the fashion world.
The British curriculum deliberately erases the experiences of minorities throughout history. Until we confront this, Black History Month feels like a waste of time.