After blocking the Scottish government’s gender recognition reform bill, Westminster is now devising further changes to the law to make it harder for trans people to self-identify.
Mass crustacean die-offs in the North East have led a community of fishermen to take action to save their seas.
We look back on a year that saw solidarity and strength in the face of huge blows to the trans community.
Activists and campaigners are equating the Public Order Bill to a rollback of human rights.
We look back at the mass non-payment movement that inspired the Don’t Pay campaign.
Proposals to introduce a minimum GCSE threshold for student loans will disproportionately affect those from marginalised backgrounds.
With inflation now at a 40-year-high of 9 per cent, demonstrations organised by TUC took place to demand action from the government.
In her new book, the author explores the country’s housing crisis in human terms and calls for radical action to address a broken system.
The past five years have seen a staggering increase in foodbank usage across the UK. Now, staff fear things are set to get much worse.
On the fifth anniversary of the tower fire, around 18,000 joined the walk to remember the 72 dead and to demand justice.
As the government reviews its ‘anti-terror’ programme, the plight of young Muslims suffering as a result of racist policy only looks set to worsen.
Amid a cost of living crisis, many young adults are now wondering: is there any point in saving for the future?