munroe bergdorf has been appointed to a labour lgbtq+ advisory board
A glimmer of light in an otherwise dark political landscape.
be good, be kind, be 2018
jme's advice to make 2018 better than 2017
From interviewing Corbyn to the BBK O2 Takeover, Jamie Adenuga kicks off a month of messages of love. It's been a helluva year, time for some positive cheer. Be good, be nice, be 2018.
how the 2010 student protests in the uk shaped the rise of jeremy corbyn
For a generation of young activists, politics began in 2010.
the sounding off issue
exploring the unlikely love affair between grime and jeremy corbyn
Author and journalist Simon Reynolds traces grime's evolution from Blair's nightmare to falling in love with Jeremy Corbyn.
jeremy corbyn is “the biggest indie band in the world” say wolf alice
Damian Green can wear his Dukla Prague shirt all he wants -- we all know there’s only one indie boy in Westminster.
get off your chair and do something feat. balenciaga, kraftwerk and jeremy corbyn
Your weekly to guide to what’s on, where to go, what to see, and the news you didn’t you know you need to know.
so, what *is* going on with british politics?
It’s a mad, bad confusing time – so we took a second to try and understand what’s happening and what we should be doing to keep the momentum going
there was a tinder election bot fanning the fire of the youth vote
How do you crack the walls of the echo chamber? We spoke to two activists who used the power of Tinder to swing the youth vote in key seats at the general election.
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.
how are scotland's young people going to vote? we found out, 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 Nuala Swan takes to the streets of Glasgow, we...
what does this election mean to the young people of brighton? we found out, 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 Rosie Matheson shoots in Brighton, we share their thoughts and...