Activists and campaigners are fighting back against new laws that would seriously undermine the ability to take industrial action, calling it an attack on fundamental workers' rights.
After blocking the Scottish government’s gender recognition reform bill, Westminster is now devising further changes to the law to make it harder for trans people to self-identify.
Amid soaring inflation, more families are having to turn to the kindness of strangers to shoulder the cost of dying.
SOAS Detainee Support detail the appalling conditions they witnessed at the dangerously overcrowded immigration centre in Kent.
The ascension of far-right politicians is the logical conclusion of Israel’s occupation, writes Emily Hilton.
Investment zones – one of the last scraps of Liz Truss’s mini-budget left – will only do more harm than good.
Activists and campaigners are equating the Public Order Bill to a rollback of human rights.
Tackling rising inequality starts with establishing a politics of care, repair and regeneration.
Sophie Lewis discusses her new book which invites us to imagine a world post-family.
As a historic hike in energy prices is set to force misery on millions this winter we must pledge to fight back.
The workforce is now gearing up for industrial action after receiving a measly pay rise, reports Ella Glover.
Following the announcement of an 80% hike in the energy price cap from 1st October, crowds gathered outside the offices of energy regulator Ofgem to protest and declare their intention to undertake a payment strike.