The world wants to wash its hands of the people who have escaped the Islamic State.
It's part of the "informal" crack down on rough sleeping.
Pre-emptive policing has always been used to crack down on counter-culture, only this time there's a whole new racist angle.
The young refugees say they're under 18, but the local government claims they're adults.
Sectarian violence in the 1970s and 80s was set well into the far left, but could a post-Brexit referendum see a new breed of far right extremism crawl out from the fringes?
Officers kicked anarchists and homeless people out of a $19 million oligarch's mansion Wednesday morning.
Vilified by the media and persecuted across Europe, Roma communities are starting to fight back.
We hung out with the Manchester Activist Network, which is putting people up and helping them get off Spice.
Dame Louise Casey's review this week suggested ethnic or religious groups have become increasingly divided from the general population – so we went to Birmingham to speak to some of the people her report is about.
Dame Louise Casey's review this week suggested ethnic or religious groups have become increasingly divided from the general population—so we went to Birmingham to speak to some of the people her report is about.
In a year when David Cameron's been hailed as an LGBT ally, this group are taking back ownership of queer culture's fight against conservatism.
They argue that developers and local councils are trying to empty the UK's waterways to make riverside property more attractive.