Last weekend, protests erupted into chaos in the South West of England city over a draconian bill that seeks to increase police powers. Politics Editor Ben Smoke speaks to protestors to find out what really happened.
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.
After the disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077, some critics questioned whether the game’s namesake genre had lost its way entirely – but there might still be a way to save cyberpunk from its inertia.
A new release from some of the country’s most exciting musicians challenges the notion that the fight for freedom is a battle of the past.
A century on from the original National Unemployed Workers' Movement, a newly-launched radical organisation is bringing together workers made unemployed by the pandemic to demand and resist.
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.
Skaters are rarely considered a particularly engaged demographic of voters, but a grassroots organisation is seeking to change that.
After the release of a damning report into Labour’s handling of antisemitism writer Em Hilton calls for an end to utilising oppression for political gain.
In her new book, The Corona Crash, economist Grace Blakeley sets out the ways we need to radically restructure society in the wake of coronavirus.
As violence and turmoil continue to beset the Venezuelan capital, the drag community has positioned itself at the forefront of a DIY fightback.
Trump’s efforts to undermine postal voting are just the latest instalment in a fraught saga dating back to the country’s origins.
The peace agreement has been heralded as a breakthrough – but as long as Palestinian voices remain unheard, very little will change.