Huck hosted a rowdy night of political debate on the eve of the UK’s general election. Here are the best bits.
Shout Out UK present a short documentary on the effects of the 2014 Million Mask March and the role of Anonymous in mobilising young political activists.
In election week, Huck and Little White Lies present two free nights of films and debate on politics and activism today.
We're screening Russell Brand’s new film The Emperor’s New Clothes and having a chat about activism, radical politics and alternatives to the ballot box. It's completely free so join us at Huck’s 71a Gallery on Wednesday May 6 at 7pm.
Liberland is the latest micronation to declare its independence. Huck looks at how other self-declared countries have fared after deciding to go it alone.
Michael Fordham explains this unlikely meeting shows how fragmented our political circus has become.
In the lead up to the general election, Shout Out UK and Channel 4 present the first head-to-head debate between youth representatives of the seven major British political parties.
Talking capitalism, free ice cream and fighting the social cleansing of Barnet’s Sweets Way Estate with comedian-turned-revolutionary Russell Brand.
Fox News, the Israel/Palestine conflict and media fear mongering have all come in for spectacular criticism from the undisputed ruler of satirical news.
In Europe, Austerity has hit Greek youth hardest. Can the new Syriza government end record youth unemployment?
When Cameron describes how Obama calls him 'bro' he is desperately trying to stay relevant to a generation who is tired of his shit. Michael Fordham explains.
Comedian Heydon Prowse talks about the stings and stunts in the new series of The Revolution Will Be Televised.