A new Clean Air Strategy has increased the government’s efforts to address air pollution but campaigners argue it does not go far enough.
Three million people in the UK are malnourished and a group MPs believe this is a crisis that needs tackling.
Emma-Lewell Buck believes that children should not being going to school hungry in the fifth richest country in the world
They were peacefully protecting the human rights of 60 people being removed on a clandestine Home Office charter flight.
The high number of homeless people dying in England and Wales has been described as a ‘national scandal.’
The Home Office’s hostile environment policy has forced landlords to become border guards and is leading to discrimination.
Parliament hears how people with learning disabilities and autism are locked up, isolated and receive no therapy or treatment, sometimes for years.
‘Orwellian’ mass surveillance of the public is now a reality as Police trial controversial facial recognition technology.
Arguably it’s the single most important international document of the 20th century.
Mahesh Upadhyaya reflects on becoming the first person in the UK to challenge racism and racial discrimination in court, through the Race Relations Act 1968.