Cannabis Factories Keep Being Found in Abandoned Police Stations and Courts
Weed gangs using Britain’s disused crime fighting infrastructure as cover is a sure sign that something is not going to plan.
How the UK Became an Origin Country for Human Trafficking
For years the UK was known as a destination country for victims of trafficking. But now more and more vulnerable British nationals are being taken away from their communities and trafficked within the borders of the UK.
The ‘Hard Times Gives Us Good Music’ Myth Doesn’t Work In 2020
Comparing Britain's current economic climate to the swinging 60s, 70s punk or 80s and 90s rave culture is a lie convenient to those with power and money.
Why Are Tory Prime Ministers Obsessed With Visiting My Welsh Hometown?
The Tories don't give a shit about Builth Wells 99 percent of the time, but it's suddenly a place of national importance when it's time to go on the campaign trail.
'Rotting From the Inside': Will Austerity Swing the Vote in This Midlands Town?
A decade of decay has seen Northamptonshire Council go bankrupt, but will cuts to public services decide the election in this marginal seat?
‘The Deprivation Behind the Scenes Is Horrible’ – Inside a Cornwall Food Bank
When Donovan Gardner began working at the Transformation CPR food bank ten years ago, they gave out 84 meals a year. Today, they provide 16,000 per month.
This Home Office Report Proves Sex Workers Have Been Right All Along
The government rarely acknowledges the fact that poverty forces vulnerable people into sex work. Will it listen now?
A General Election Is On. Everything You Love Is at Stake
The election campaign could be ugly, but it's a choice between Brexit or Corbyn.
Austerity Is Not 'Over', in Case You Missed That Tory Lie Yesterday
Chancellor Sajid Javid proclaimed that austerity is coming to an end, before clarifying that austerity is very much not coming to an end.
All the Ways Austerity Has Ruined the Lives of Disabled People
We spoke to Frances Ryan about her new book, 'Crippled: Austerity and the Demonisation of Disabled People'.
Students Are Looking to Each Other for Mental Health Support
Peer support is an important part of recovery, but universities must also improve their services.
You Can't Police Away Knife Crime
We spoke to campaigners and a knife crime victim about what needs to be done to tackle the "epidemic" of youth street violence.