Meet 'Britain's AOC', the young Muslim woman trying to unseat Iain Duncan Smith
Faiza Shaheen, prospective Labour MP for Chingford and Woodford Green, is busy triggering racists, fighting austerity and sticking it to her millionaire, out-of-towner opponent.
why the words 'minor gangsters' are so dangerous
Activist Athian Akec writes about how insidious and commonplace assumptions like these are for black Britons.
should you care about the eu elections this week?
Here's a handy breakdown of what these elections actually are about, why they could matter and who's backing what.
Marie Le Conte
watch chloë sevigny play a riot cop in pussy riot's dystopian new video
Pussy Riot marks the one-year anniversary of the U.S. election with a powerful punk resistance anthem. We talk to Nadya Tolokonnikova about staying mad and scaring the crap out of elected officials.
5 of the best things to come out of the election
The force has awoken.
corbyn vs. may: the ultimate election mixtapes
Whether you’re up for giving peace a chance or are adamant that enough is enough, we’ve got just the soundtrack for you to stick on as you rock the vote this Thursday 8 May.
belfast's young voters talk about the upcoming election, straight up!
With the number of young people in Britain neither registering, nor voting, at a terrifying high, we went across the country speaking to the teenagers and young adults hoping for change. As photographer Paul Wheatley takes to the streets of Belfast, we...
how to register to vote if you’re trans
Trans people in the UK are being blocked from voting in the general election this June. Here’s how to make sure you get your voice heard.
use your voice: the future of the country is in our hands!
An urgent summit addressing the state of political engagement takes place in London tonight. Remember, you’ve got to be in it to win it.
who the youth of france are voting for and why
Here is what matters most to the future of France.
Malou Briand Rautenberg
we're the kids of america: 75 years of coach
Celebrating the 75th anniversary of Coach in New York last night, Stuart Vevers made a powerful call for harmony in a divided America.
Anders Christian Madsen
caitlin stasey on the politics of white male guilt
Following the election of Donald Trump, Caitlin Stasey pens an impassioned plea to remain optimistic and idealistic about the future.