The right-wing press have been whipping up hysteria after an image of a burning Union Jack was spotted in London, but it's got nothing to do with terror.
Sexual assault and harassment is commonplace on campuses on both sides of the Atlantic, so students at one London university are taking matters into their own hands.
Well, it's happening. Parliament has voted to trigger Article 50 and leave the EU, refusing to guarantee the rights of EU citizens and a meaningful vote on the deal. Great.
This International Women's Day, Irish women donned black, went on strike and marched in protest, to demand a change to Ireland's archaic and restrictive abortion laws.
Blue plaques might commemorate important sites across London, but they're the reserve of the white, straight and male.
In the United Kingdom, Pride used to be a protest for the LGBT community, but corporate sponsorship now reigns supreme. The battle is far from over for LGBT rights though.
The British government plans to welcome Bigot-in-Chief Trump to Britain with open arms, but a grass-roots movement to oppose his administration in the UK is growing. Owen Jones explains why.
High school student Hebh Jamal is leading the way for the next generation of voters to fight for their rights, and the fightback has already started.
Throwing eggs at Nigel Farage might not be the pinnacle of political activism, but inaction and excuses are a whole lot more dangerous.
In the era of fake news and rising authoritarianism, leading photojournalists present their images of resistance in defence of those documenting the facts.
The older demographic might have voted for Brexit, and more than half ticked the box for Trump, but there are still plenty of over-50's fighting fascism.
Tens of thousands hit the streets of London last night to protest Donald Trump's hateful Muslim ban and UK Prime Minister Theresa May's complicity in supporting his administration.