A planned anti-abortion protest in London was halted by counter-protestors this weekend as pro-lifers attempted to make their way to an abortion clinic in East London.
The latest chapter in Brazil’s escalating political crisis was opened when congress voted to impeach president Dilma Rousseff. So, what does it mean and what happens next?
Arrests have been made this morning, as campaigners scale some of London's most well known statues to call time on dangerous air pollution levels.
This Saturday 150,000 people descended on the British capital to call for an end to austerity, and with #4demands of health, homes, jobs and education for all.
The political uprisings in Iceland will continue until the entire government resigns, according to the political activist group Jæja.
As revelations continue to surface about the British Prime Minister's tax affairs, protestors took to the streets of London today to demand David Cameron's resignation.
Over one hundred student nurses descended on the Department of Health in London this afternoon to hold a die-in to mark the number of nursing, midwifery and healthcare students set to be lost thanks to government cuts, and to protest the way the Tories are killing the NHS.
This weekend we watched neo-Nazis march through the seaside town of Dover because apparently that's what Nazis do.
When a London council announced plans to shut down local libraries, some residents decided they weren't going to take it.
The National Health Service announced last week it wouldn't provide the lifesaving HIV prevention drug, PrEP, to Brits in need. Campaigners are understandably angry.
In response to anti-government protests and fears of a coup d’etat, over 90,000 Brazilian progressives take to the streets to defend democratic values.
Huck reports from the ground in São Paulo, where right-wing protestors spent the night on the streets calling for president Dilma Rousseff, who heads Brazil’s most progressive government in history, to step down.