The vote is the third blow to the EU Withdrawal Bill.
Alison Criado-Perez isn’t a soldier, but she has seen more than her fair share of war.
Having somewhere to call home is one of the most fundamental aspects of our daily lives, and it has a profound reach across our human rights.
Homelessness has been one of the biggest talking points of 2018 so far, and for good reason.
A new survey has found young people are worried about what Brexit could mean for their rights.
The Channel 4 presenter sits down for a chat about human rights.
Lady Hale, the first female president of the Supreme Court, is appearing on the Masterchef Semi-Final, in a special celebration of the women’s rights.
The former Prime Minister told the BBC that it was now “more likely” the process could be stopped.
The black cab driver was thought to have sexually assaulted more than 100 women, but had been scheduled for release.
The Cambridge Analytica revalations is complicated. As story after story has surfaced it’s been tricky to decipher what’s going on – and more crucially, what it all means for our privacy and democracy.