Prisons are failing inmates when it comes to food. But using a kettle and whatever supplies they can find, inmates are getting creative and showcasing some of their most impressive culinary creations to devoted social media followings.
Last weekend, protests erupted into chaos in the South West of England city over a draconian bill that seeks to increase police powers. Politics Editor Ben Smoke speaks to protestors to find out what really happened.
Thanks to Sisters Uncut’s tireless campaigning, an authoritarian bill that intends to crack down on protesting and increase police powers has been delayed until at least the summer, reports Politics Editor Ben Smoke.
Last week, women who’d come together to grieve the murder of a woman were brutalised by the Met. It served as yet another horrifying confirmation of just how deep institutional misogyny runs, writes Micha Frazer-Carroll.
Throughout the pandemic, the government has neglected students – particularly when it comes to housing. But a group of old school activists are stepping in and using radical politics to fight for a younger generation.
Earlier this week, the Education Secretary announced plans to tackle ‘silencing’ views at University. The move is merely a distraction from the far graver issues students face, argues uni student, Kimi Chaddah.