Last weekend, a peaceful vigil was held in memory of Sarah Everard. Our photographer, Theo McInnes, was on hand to capture the event, which started off as a sombre affair but later turned into a stark display of a police force drunk on power.
The private and public spheres are merging, an ideological transfer of power and profit into corporate hands. But there's a human cost to allowing private companies to run services that are relied on by some of our most vulnerable citizens.
For two weeks now, activists from feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut have been occupying an empty council home in Hackney, East London, to highlight the lack of support for survivors of domestic violence. Photographer Jade Jackman spent 24 hours in the occupation, meeting the campaigners putting themselves on the front line.
Protestors stormed the opening of a new wing at London's Tate Modern gallery this weekend, to protest the exclusion of artist Ana Mendieta's work, and to highlight the way women are treated in the industry.
Direct action group Sisters Uncut donned suffragette outfits and chained themselves to the Houses of Parliament last night, as an expensive piece of art was unveiled inside to commemorate the struggle for women's suffrage. Why? Because dead women can't vote.