Writers Matt Foot and Morag Livingstone explore how four decades of collusion between the government and the police have slowly eroded our right to protest.
The government’s brand new immigration deal has sparked outrage from across the political spectrum.
Earlier this week, protestors gathered in Westminster to call for an end to the imprisonment of pregnant people.
To mark a year since the murder of Sarah Everard, grassroots group Sisters Uncut organised a protest for the public to ‘withdraw their consent from British policing’.
To mark International Women’s Day, hundreds came to together for a joint women’s and sex worker strike in central London.
How did a grassroots campaign take on one of the world’s biggest holiday firms and win?
Hundreds gathered in London calling for Vladimir Putin to withdraw from Ukraine.
In the wake of Thursday’s invasion, hundreds gathered outside Downing Street to call for tougher sanctions on Russia.
People gathered across the country in demonstrations sparked by a steep rise in the energy price cap.
In the UK, Hongkongers are continuing to stand in solidarity with the pro-democracy movement.
In Sheffield, food delivery drivers are fighting back against one of the giants of the gig economy.
The Philadelphia local has made a name for himself capturing the hardcore scene – and over more recent years, he’s been ramping up his coverage of the fight for social justice.