Earlier this week burger restaurant chain Byron hit the headlines for allegedly lying to their staff and calling fake meetings so immigration officials could swoop and make arrests. It's an incident that's been met with outrage, and last night we joined a group of activists as they took matters into their own hands.
It's been just a matter of weeks since the Orlando shooting, which left 49 LGBT people dead. Last night London queers gathered to remember the victims and raise funds to support those who survived the shooting.
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.
When Ankit Love felt that none of the candidates in the London Mayoral election were offering what he wanted, he formed the One Love Party - offering world peace, an end to climate change, and a pledge to legalise cannabis. We went to meet him on the campaign trail.
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.