While the Tories claim that their authoritarian Bill will create a fairer system, in reality, it’ll only serve to harm the most vulnerable.
While the Bill is almost certainly going to be passed, now isn’t the time to give up the fight.
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.
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.
After a weekend of losses for Labour, Keir Starmer attempted to place the blame on others in his party. He has once again proven himself to be unfit for his position, writes Politics Editor, Ben Smoke.
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.
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.
Last week, three Labour MPs lost their roles after voting against a bill which restricts British soldier torture prosecutions. Zarah Sultana MP explains why she took a stand against the bill.
For those who work in Westminster every day, the sexual harassment allegations against Conservative MP Rob Roberts come as no surprise.
He altered the course of multiple genres, became one of music's most sampled artists and mentored Prince, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Kendrick Lamar.
From late night drinking to Parliamentary whips keen to dig up dirt, there’s a culture in Westminster that allows sexual assault to go unchecked.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will carry out his first Prime Minister's Questions with suggestions crowdsourced from supporters. Has a new way of doing politics begun?