England footballer Raheem Sterling has condemned the ‘unacceptable racist’ abuse directed at his fellow team mate Danny Rose during a Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro. RighstInfo takes a look at what human rights laws are in place to protect players from racial abuse in the UK.
Neo-Nazi groups have been permitted to remain on Facebook because they do not violate the social media platform’s “community standards”.
The creator of the popular children’s tv show, Fireman Sam has responded to claims that the show perpetuates negative gender stereotyping and undermines campaigns to drive more women into careers in the fire services.
A Catholic journalist is being investigated by Surrey Police after she posted a series of tweets misgendering a Transgender Woman and labelled the actions of her mother and CEO of Trans charity Mermaids ‘child abuse’.
The Leader of the House of Commons told a radio show that she believes parents should have the right to take their children out of lessons teaching them LGBTQ+ rights.
Urban music faces tougher challenges reaching an audience than other forms of music because its acts are routinely discriminated against, a group of MPs have said.
Legal experts and child rights organisations have expressed grave concerns that thousands of children of EU nationals may become undocumented immigrants following Brexit.
The Home Secretary’s response comes after a 50-year-old man was arrested in Surrey on Saturday night for attempted murder in relation to terror. Further incidences were reported in London, Oxford and Rochdale.
It’s since been prioritised by forces.
South African athlete Caster Semenya is challenging an IAAF rule regarding athletics with naturally high levels of testosterone in a case that could have profound implications for women in sport.