Those set to be impacted by the governments ’undemocratic’ bill explain why it risks silencing them.
Hundreds gathered together to protest the policing bill by making as much of a racket as possible.
While the popular news aggregation service has been kicked off Twitter, its demise does not spell the end of digestible misinformation.
With a new bill seeking to further criminalise asylum seekers, the work of a group of volunteers monitoring small boats in the English Channel is all the more vital.
The New York MC reflects on his experience with Trumpian US immigration policy, and how it impacted his career.
We’re celebrating the inspiring individuals and activist groups who’ve been building a better future in 2021.
Marseille encapsulates France’s volatile political landscape unlike anywhere else. At the heart of this tension are the football fans ferociously dedicated to the city’s team.
Last night, hundreds came together to rally against the government’s PCSC Bill in Westminster as it grows ever closer to becoming law.
Founded in 2015, Obsidia is the world’s only portable, feminist nation, and its creation is offering a means to explore alternative modes of political organisation.
Controversial proposed rule changes for electing new leaders and attempts to block Labour for a Green New Deal have made for a fraught start to Labour’s annual Conference.
The Moomins have long stood for social justice thanks to the progressive ideals of its queer creator.
The overturning of the Bell v Tavistock ruling gives hope of a pushback against entrenched English transphobia, writes Robin Craig.