The disappearance and death of Sarah Everard has sent shock waves through the Met and across wider society, sparking conversations about the safety of women in the UK, after women were denied the right to hold a vigil in her memory. It was the first week of March that a missing person’s poster started to...
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After the pandemic highlighted deep inequalities in UK health, Black MPs are tackling the issue with an encouraging video.
Technology has been incorporated into the detection and prevention of COVID-19, but despite their expected benefits, these apps have raised issues, which prompts the question of whether they are truly delivering the desired result. In face of the fluctuating situation in the UK, people up and down the country are waiting for the pandemic to end....
Since lockdown was announced in early January, thousands of students have been stuck at home, unable to travel to their accommodation despite having to pay standard rent. Students at Urbanest, however, decided enough was enough.
Although #ENDSARS is gaining more exposure in the media, the mental health of those affected by police brutality in Nigeria has been easily ignored.
The UK announced a ban on travellers coming from Portugal and South America a new coronavirus variant was found in Brazil.
The UK government has planned to cancel Christmas relaxation of restrictions, as most of the country enters Tier 4 as two new variants of COVID-19 emerge.
Under the Thames, a tunnel connecting Greenwich Peninsula with Royal Docks has caused controversy even before construction has begun
Northern Ireland may face tougher restrictions if there is a spike in the rate of infection from COVID19 as restrictions are eased ahead of the Christmas period, warned Stormont ministers.
New legislation could see farmers in India at the mercy of private corporations and at risk of exploitation
Scotland has become the first nation to introduce free period products for all, in an attempt to end period poverty.