Photographers Theo McInnes and Chris Bethell have both been nominated for this year's Magnum Graduate Photographers Award. Here they share some wisdom.
At 11am this morning Theresa May called a general election for 8 June 2017. For politicians, pundits and the general public the shitshow has begun.
Racist thugs took to the streets of London this weekend in an attempt to spread hatred in the capital, and anti-fascist protestors tried to shut it down.
As England's capital gets swallowed by property developers and soulless restaurant chains, photographer Theo McInnes has been documenting South London's quiet resistance.
London is dying: culture and community replaced by security guards and Jamie's Italians. But in one East London shopping centre, community spirit lives on.
We join activists as they take to the London underground at night to ad-hack, highlighting the inhumane deportations carried out by the UK government.
Central London comes to a standstill as protestors call on the British government to help the Syrian people suffering in the devastated city of Aleppo.
Designer Gavin Strange’s book ‘Do Fly’ offers light-hearted practical advice to help you follow your passion and support yourself doing the work you love.
Hundreds of people stand outside Downing Street to demand the UK government takes action to bring an end to the bloodshed in Aleppo.
We've all seen the videos and pictures of Pussy Riot taking on the Russian state. But for Maria Alyokhina, a life of challenging authority and paying for the consequences started young.
Darren Davies' high-profile occupations of derelict buildings in Southend are forcing a debate around the lack of housing and support for homeless people in the area.
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.