Despite the British government criminalising residential squatting in 2012, squatting remains a defiant protest against inadequate housing and inequality.
We have a problem with online piracy - and our creative industries are desperate to find a solution. Would a decade banged up put people off?
Explainer: Where does the UK PM’s money come from, how is he linked to tax havens and should he resign - like Iceland’s PM when faced with similar accusations?
From Mike Brown in Ferguson to Mark Duggan in London, black lives are being lost at the hands of police. But activists in the US and UK are coming together to share stories and fight for change.
The lack of government humanitarian support and incendiary media coverage has prompted ordinary people to go to Calais and help out any way they know how.
Photographer Mathias Depardon has spent years tracking migration across Europe for his Beyond The Borders project. We asked for his perspective on recent events around Calais.
As a government online petition takes off and austerity forces police to rethink their approach, is the UK drug debate finally catching up with the rest of the world? And could legalisation be in sight?
Seaside Sessions kicks off a two-day thrash-athon in Brighton. We spoke to Boardettes founder Teresa Geer to find out what’s in store and why the girls skate scene is blowing up.
Shout Out UK present a short documentary on the effects of the 2014 Million Mask March and the role of Anonymous in mobilising young political activists.
In the lead up to the general election, Shout Out UK and Channel 4 present the first head-to-head debate between youth representatives of the seven major British political parties.
If you want to buy enough space to swing a cat in London, you're going to need big wads of cash. Find out how much it would cost in your neighbourhood.
Release's Y Stop film helps young people exercise their rights and hold police to account over their controversial stop and search powers.