Our year began with Veganuary, a campaign that has gained momentum through social media, with hashtags like #veganuary leading to a flood of tweets and posts about veganism.
Lorraine Kelly has criticised celebrities who have broken Covid-19 rules whilst hosting The Last Leg. Her comments were aimed towards the likes of Rita Ora and Kay Burley after they both hosted birthday parties during lockdown.
Johnny Depp recently lost his lawsuit against The Sun, which resulted in him being replaced on Fantastic Beasts. Dior however has not followed suit.
The Government has decided to make exceptions to COVID-19 restrictions for Christmas. They believe this is the right decision to take, but not everyone agrees.
2020 has proven that even a global pandemic is not enough to stop the force and talents of Harry Styles; singer, actor and now the first male solo cover star for US Vogue.
A menstrual cup could be the solution to all your period problems. It is leak-free, sex-appropriate and cost-effective.
From the earlier months of the pandemic, Manchester United and England footballer Marcus Rashford MBE actively campaigned for the extension of free school meals.
Fairy tales have run their course, it's time to stop teaching girls they need a man to save them and instead empower the younger generation.
Disney is shifting to an era of accountability amid the introduction of warnings to caution audiences of offensive and potentially racist depictions in their classic movies.
Counselled by the likes of Prince William and Sir David Attenborough, the Earthshot Prize might be what the planet needs right now.
Let’s turn back the clock. It’s 2004 – the year of Facebook’s creation. Things are simple – most people don’t know the meaning of the word algorithm. They don’t understand the concept of a profile picture. And they certainly don’t worry about their online identity.
After a 6-month-long closure, universities across the country are finally reopening their campuses. This is following fresh guidance from the government, as the country adjusts to a new kind of normal.