As hurricanes, wildfires and earthquakes make their way around the globe just as they do every year, Hollie Tuffnell contemplates the relationship human activities have with climate change.
Once the brainchild behind the Vote Leave campaign, next the puppet-master at the heart of the Johnson government. Now, Dominic Cummings has resigned after a period of infighting in the government. Will Nixon reports on the events leading to his departure.
No refugees have been resettled in the UK since the 12th March. Many are living in a dangerous state of limbo, both in squalid camps abroad and unsuitable halfway houses in the UK, where Covid-19 has spread at exorbitant rates. Isabel Ralphs reports.
With Scotland’s smacking ban coming in to force, Jess Tait explores the age old debate of when discipline becomes harm.
The Hostile Environment policy still stands to enforce systematic socio-economic immobilisation for refugees to this day. Geeta Wedderburn sets out some of the hurdles faced when seeking asylum.
Have we been prioritising physical health and containing the virus at the expanse of neglecting mental health in this country? Clarissa Leung and Ahnaf Akeef report on Covid’s impact on mental health.
November marks Islamophobia Awareness Month. Philippa Humphreys explains what IAM represents and why it’s important.
Young Nigerians are making their voices heard: the old ways of governance won’t be accepted, nor will limited, surface level promises. Farida Augustine reports.
Ioana Grădinaru contemplates the potential global trend of legalizing euthanasia as New Zealand supports its own End of Life Choice Act.
Pope Francis made headlines for saying that same sex couples should be allowed ‘civil unions’. But how significant is this ? William Nixon reports.
A lack of Black history in our schools’ curriculum means that many important contributions and events in our society’s past are being overlooked. Following the impact that the Black Lives Matter movement has had when it comes to considering racism in the UK, what needs to change?
Hanaa Mustafa sheds light on Maher Al-Akhras’ hunger strike on its 102nd day.