Our team takes a look at some of the defining moments for human rights in 2018.
They’ll all got one thing on their mind – human rights. But which ones are their faves?
Chancellor claims ‘austerity is coming to an end’ and announces £400m for schools, £450m for tackling potholes and an extra £1 billion for the Ministry of Defence.
The Prime Minister was speaking in Birmingham at the annual party conference.
Theresa May has said it will address an ‘imbalance’ in the system.
More than a hundred protestors turned out in support of the radical feminist at Westminster Magistrates Court.
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A powerful new advert, airing on Channel 4, is urging viewers to come together to stop hate online.
Leyla Hussein, a prominent activist against female genital mutilation, said some see it as a cultural practice.