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 city’s basketball courts are unique, self-contained islands – home to an impressive cast of regulars, for whom community is everything.
Writer Sharan Dhaliwal remembers how a racist attack resulting in the death of an 18-year-old in Southall in 1976 sparked the area's first and biggest youth-led movement of anti-racism.
After witnessing the government's calamitous failings around COVID-19, one entrepreneur has reinvented his company to supply millions with PPE.
A new report has concluded that Home Office immigration policies aren’t fit for purpose. It’s time to stop trying to fix the unfixable and instead focus on bolder futures.
Drag queen 'Sue Gives A Fuk' was regularly gigging around London, until the pandemic left live venues to face a precarious future. Since then, Sue's been forced to get creative to sustain her career.
In the latest instalment of Skill-Up, photographer Theo McInnes explains how you can develop your own work without leaving the house.
Karma Cans used to cater for some of the biggest corporations in the capital – until the pandemic hit. But as their profit margins shifted, so did their priorities.
This week, thousands took to the city’s streets to march against racism and police brutality. Photographer Theo McInnes joined them.
UK survivalist Steve Hart has spent 40 years prepping for every potential disaster the human race might face. So how does he fare in a pandemic?
As the coronavirus crisis gears up, photographer Theo McInnes documents how the city’s outdoor spaces are changing.
The drill artist has emerged as one of the most passionate and determined candidates in this year’s London mayoral elections.