Alexei Navalny returned to Russia after being poisoned with nerve agent. He is now facing trial. Ana Hill Lopez Menchero investigates his homecoming and the precarious position of those who oppose to the Russian state.
Ana Hill Lopez-Menchero discusses the history of political cartooning and its relevance to the 2020 political climate.
Ana Hill Lopez-Menchero reports on the current situation around the University of Leeds.
The self proclaimed Burley Banksy has had several of his street art pieces vandalised, by an “anti graffiti” group. Ana Hill Lopez- Monchero reports.
Author turned activist, Larry Kramer, recently passed away at the age of 84. Having lived with HIV for over 30 years of his life, Kramer’s activism played a key role in the fight against HIV/AIDS […]
The recent theft of the £5 million ‘The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring 1884’ by Vincent van Gogh is not the first and won’t be the last piece of art to be stolen. Over […]
As an art enthusiast, art galleries have always provided me with a quiet space to reflect and connect with an unknown narrator. Therefore, the news that commercial art galleries are reopening leaves me with great […]
Since Boris Johnson has announced that the number of people allowed to meet during lockdown increased to six, I have noticed an increasing number of people breaking rules which for months have been repeated through […]
2020 marks ten years since UN peacekeepers brought cholera to Haiti. The country is still recovering, and yet, the UN refuses to take any legal responsibility or pay any compensation to victims. The spread of […]
During such extraordinary times, it is easy to forget that the problems which were around before the COVID-19 crisis still remain. A huge group of Rohingya refugees are currently stranded at sea having been refused […]
Sally Rooney’s novel beautifully depicts an imperfect love story set in Carricklea and Dublin, and the BBC’s new TV adaptation does not stray far from the delightful original. The story perplexes readers, forcing them to […]
After the Second World War, John Demjanjuk emigrated to the US in search of the American Dream. He was able to live there as a ‘normal Cleveland guy’. In 1986, he was accused of being […]