Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has argued today that young Labour members are being strong armed into supporting Jeremy Corbyn and his policies by older party members. As a young person who joined Labour to support left-wing policies, it's a patronising assessment that's far from correct.
We hit up the streets and parks of North East London to find out what a bunch of kids make of politicians in 2016, because political commentators and pundits have been tweeting what their children apparently think to make their arguments.
Earlier this week burger restaurant chain Byron hit the headlines for allegedly lying to their staff and calling fake meetings so immigration officials could swoop and make arrests. It's an incident that's been met with outrage, and last night we joined a group of activists as they took matters into their own hands.
This summer, the UK Labour Party will see another leadership election, but new members of the party are having their right to vote taken away unless they fork out a large sum of cash, and it's a disgrace.
Vince Staples makes music about what matters: racism, inequality, the daily struggle of just getting by. Despite this, Vince says he's not making music that's political, as far as he sees it it's just common sense.
Photographer Steve Schapiro has spent decades shooting moments that made history. Ahead of his latest exhibition - Heroes - in London, he reflects on a lifetime capturing the people who changed the world.
Thousands of climate activists descended on a German coal mine - one of the dirtiest in Europe - to try and shut it down. In this short film, Huck joins them on the frontline of the fight against global warming.